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Time palette
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Hi, is possible in v 1.11 store a timing preset/palette?(of course only modified ones)like normal parameters?
If no can you implement this? Imagine to get different preset with left to right or center out timing.. and then choose different presets .
Of course dim timing->dim preset
POS timing->pos preset
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Regards Gabe
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#2
Hi guys, again me.
I have some news about this thread.
I've tried to create some timing presets and yes, it work...but...
-you can't store timing only, even when you try , chimp automatically add dmx value in your preset where timing has been modified.
-if you store fade time in your preset it will not work if you recall it in live, but delay yes. so you have to create presets for delay and use live fade special master to get (e.g. in to out)transaction.
hope.you guys will fix/update this, and in meanwhile I'll post a video to show this missing feature/bug and to show what I want to get.
p.s. i've not tested put timing in cue and not in presets.
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link to video: https://www.facebook.com/gabry575/videos...913632283/
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Gabe
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#3
Hi Gabe,

as I already mentioned on Facebook storing timing into presets or creating timing only presets is not supported at the moment. Also please note that your other discovery with putting times and values into two different cuelists may or may not break at some point going further in development; especially with multicell.

However: Please keep up your work with the chimp and asking questions or asking for features - it helps moving the product forward and listening is the only way to make it better Smile

Best,
Denis
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