B) Suite ==> Console ==> Right Mouse click on Console Button ==> Console Setup
This one is just for the console GUI in Suite 2. You can make a button on the GUI a latch button or a flash button.
C) Suite ==> console ==> Richt Mouse Klick on Console Button ==> Live(1) ==> DoubleClick on a CommandEntry==> Flash Mode (unter the Button Selection)
This one is new since the last Beta, so you won´t find it in the manual yet.
Somehow "Flash" is not such a good description for this function, maybe you got a better idea after I tell you what it does. :-)
It actually disable the "Auto release" function of a switch button, so you can flash a switch like with the keyboard or the right mouse button.
Crystal clear, now ? :-)
Your Moving Heads have the star gobo switch enabled, if click on the circle gobo button with the left mouse,
the star gobo switch will be released and the heads will show the circle gobo. (At least this is the behavior on default switch setting "LTP" and "auto release" on)
If you use the right mouse button to trigger the circle gobo switch, the star gobo switch is not released, when you release the right mouse from the circle switch
the heads will show the star gobo again. So you can temporary overwrite a DMX channel (Gobo channel in our example) and when go back to the state in was before the "overwrite flash".
So if you enable "Flash" in the "Midi command setting" window, you can flash switches with your midi controller without "auto release" like with your keyboard or right mouse.
D) Suite ==> Scene ==> control Right Click ==> Settings ==> Trigger ==> Inputports or Key ==> Flashmode (i think i know their usage)
Yes, that´s easy. Flash mode for keyboard shortcuts and Flash mode for Input ports on your USB/DMX interface.
Here´s another tip for setting up keyboard shortcuts fast and easy:
- Select a button on a page with your mouse
- Hold down ctrl/Strg and press a key on your keyboard -> you got a latch trigger
- press the key on the keyboard twice by still holding down ctrl/Strg -> you got a flash trigger
- Hold down crtl/Strg and press Del/Entf. will delete the shortcut from the button.
I think this is the Problem. Its a software with a lot of features and functions. But not all of them are described. This can cause frustration :-)
Frustration ? Come on :-)
We really try our best to get you going with Suite 2.
Please keep in mind, that some features are new in this Beta release, and therefore not yet in the manual.
war kurzsichtig von mir die Verknüpfung zu Gernot aus dem LaserfreakForum zu machen.... es gibt bestimmt mehrere Gernots auf dieser Welt :-)
LF = LaserFreak
Ja, Gernots sind sicher noch ein paar vom Band gelaufen. :-)
Ich bin nicht im LaserFreak Forum unterwegs, ich hatte aber mal eine Schulung auf Pangolin, ist schon Jahre her.
HE-Laserscan kenn' ich (noch) nicht.