Merge

as far as I can tell, does nothing. Is there a reason it doesn't merge the programmer with the current cue in the selected playback master? Cue # works currently, and it's currently what I use, but it would be great to be able to not have to specify the current cue #.

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  • G_WilkinsG_Wilkins Registered User
    I messed that up. {Merge} {Enter} as far as I can tell, does nothing. Is there a reason it doesn't merge the programmer with the current cue in the selected playback master? {Merge} Cue # {Enter} works currently, and it's currently what I use, but it would be great to be able to not have to specify the current cue #.
  • LarsenlcpLarsenlcp Registered User
    Try {Update} {enter}
  • G_WilkinsG_Wilkins Registered User
    I don't like update, because if a parameter doesn't have a value recorded in the cue, it fails to record the new value silently, causing it to drop when the programmer is cleared.

    If update didn't do that, I'd use update all day.
  • G_WilkinsG_Wilkins Registered User
    After making the last comment, I'm unable to replicate the issues I had with the update function, so perhaps it was a mistake I made, and update is the best workflow.
  • Mutsi99Mutsi99 Registered User
    {Merge} {Cue} {Enter} works for me. You don't need a number. My favourite macro is - Merge Cue Enter Clear Backspace.
  • G_WilkinsG_Wilkins Registered User
    edited August 16
    {Update} {Enter} does silently fail when there are multiple cuelists playing and the programmer contains information that none of the cues currently contain.

    {Merge} {Cue} {Enter} works except for the command line states an incorrect destination (known issue H4OS-2359) but functions as expected besides that. Thanks!
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