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April 17, 2013, 06:19:24 PM
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Maarten Engels

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CueluxPro has a command line interface. You can use the numpad to enter in commands which will appear in the display. In some screen resolutions the numpad will be omitted because of the limited space.

We will add support for command over the next few releases. In v1.3.3 we have implemented:

swap gr1 gr3 (swaps group1 with group3)
swap pb1 pf2 (swaps playback-button1 with playback-fader2)
dump 3 (dumps the current DMX snapshot in the CueCore's console-cue #3)
dump pb2 5 (dumps the the content of playback-button2 in the CueCore's recorder #5)
Maarten Engels
Visual Productions BV

April 19, 2013, 10:34:36 AM
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Rick van Olderen

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Hi Maarten,
Can I see the dump function "dump pb2 5" like the function in Visual DMX when programming a Frontier or Elite?
That would be great!

April 19, 2013, 01:31:23 PM
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Dennis Kromhout

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Hello Rick,

Yes, this will write/dump the playback directly into the recording memory of the CueCore.
Dennis Kromhout

May 05, 2013, 04:04:05 PM
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I'm testing CueluxPro without hardware and no touchscreen, but will share with you some results.
- great prog (even it's a béta)
- I think the command line screen will be better placed at the other side of the numéric keypad (actually, I think it's hidden by your hand when you write on touchscreen (yes, not tested))
- the backspace key on the numéric keypad doesn't react to the backspace key on the laptop keyboard
- sometimes, numéric keys don't return to the initial state (they stay pressed) (could they be controlled by a keypad on a midi controller ?)
- the menu buttons need sometimes to be pressed 2 times to react (e.g. matrix -->Layer)
- the LED digit of BPM counter larger than the buttons aren't aesthetic
- the master fader and the B.O. button seems too high
- some font are not easy to read(also some mix of colour)

Hope this helps to have a better prog (and hope you understand, english is not my langage)

May 06, 2013, 10:12:46 AM
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Dennis Kromhout

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Hello logtester,

Thank you for the feedback.
We're aware of the keys not responding the way they should.
And we will take your other points in consideration.
Dennis Kromhout


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