change FX base values

LOOP LIGHTLOOP LIGHT Registered User
how to chance a base value of a PT FX after this is stored onto a cue. withou changing the FX only the base value ? B818

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  • LOOP LIGHTLOOP LIGHT Registered User
    edited July 2005
    this is only at PT colour etc. you can change base values in editor why not with PT ?
  • bradpepebradpepe Registered User, HES Alumni
    edited July 2005
    I am sorry Matt, I am unsure what you mean here. I have played with the effects and am able to change the base values. Can you please provide specific keystrokes so we can understand the problem you are having?

    thanks,
  • LOOP LIGHTLOOP LIGHT Registered User
    edited July 2005
    sure, you got a cuelist and got FX on Pan Tilt, Color, and Beam running. You only like to change base values of the FX...

    for Color an Beam this is no problem without losing the FX, try it at PT on 818 you will lose it either you try to merge or open the cue or whatever i haven't found a way to change the base values without losing the FX...
  • bradpepebradpepe Registered User, HES Alumni
    edited July 2005
    I see what you are talking about... and I found bug #3310 that touches on this... I will examine further as well.
  • teericksonteerickson Registered User, HES Alumni
    edited August 2005
    Shouldn't you just be able to set the effect table to Track instead of Off? I wouldn't think you'd want to code hard values for your effect into the cue every time you want to change the base value.
  • teericksonteerickson Registered User, HES Alumni
    edited August 2005
    Gotcha.
    As I reread the thread it seems you are right.

    In that case, I'll change my question.
    I believe that when you grab a paramater it normally sets the effect table to that parameter to off. Couldn't you set a new base value and then either Backspace+Effect to knock all effect values out of the programmer or just only select Use P to mask the position and not the new effect table into the cue?
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