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November 14, 2010, 03:51:55 AM
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Svet

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Hi everybody, I'm back to the forum after a while.
It was very nice to meet Maartens at LDI and finally talk face to face...
I just downloaded latest Emulation from Elation website (103.14)
Fader start is missing, I have "Release" instead...
Am I missing something?
By the way a year ago we were discussing ability to change default fade times.
Is it there?

Svet.

November 15, 2010, 11:16:14 AM
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RW

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Hi Svet,

Good to see you back!

The Fader Start-option moved to another screen. When you're at the main screen, double-click on the square above the fader. In the screen that appears, you can set fader start on and off.

You can't change the default fade in/out time, but you still can change multiple times at once :)

November 16, 2010, 07:59:56 AM
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Svet

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Thanks Rick, I found it already :D.
Regarding fade times -- it's really bad, it means that I have to edit each and every cue if I never use 1 sec... >:(
We talked about this almost a year ago... it's so easy to add... just one more little "DEFAULTS' button in the options menue...

November 16, 2010, 10:32:07 AM
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RW

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We talked about this almost a year ago... it's so easy to add... just one more little "DEFAULTS' button in the options menue...

That's true.. But we don't like options ;)

We were thinking about the function that makes the last filled in fade time the default fade time.

In this way, you have the default time, and we don't have a extra option :)

November 18, 2010, 04:07:12 PM
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Maarten Engels

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hi Svet,

It was great finally meeting up at LDI.

Please note you can make 'multiple selections' in the Cuelist menu to edit a range of fade times (delay/in/out) at once. This way of editing is actually very fast. You can also duoble-click on the name above a column (like "Fade in") to select all the cells in that column; just like in MS Excel.

regards,
Maarten
Maarten Engels
Visual Productions BV

 

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