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I purchased some of the existing sequences from LOR. The 32 channel sequences does not include CCR, I know how to add channels and I am plannign to add 10 channels for each CCR I have.

Within the channel rows, do I just fill the square with the red "on" for all ten or do I have to do something else.

I am a visual learner so if someone has a 10 channel CCR sample you want to send me, I would be willing to give you my email.


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I would suggest adding a total of 17 channels for each CCR, ten of them would be RGB for segments, 7 for the macro channels. If you use the macro functions (Macro Maestro is great for this), you'd only use the first RGB channel as the macro functions require a resolution of 1, meaning one RGB channel controls the color of the whole ribbon. Setting the first macro channel (151 in native mode) to anything other than one and the the other 6 macro channels to zero allows you to split the ribbon into as many pieces as you want. The example I gave allows the ribbon to be split into 10 sections. Each of the 10 RGB channels would control the color of one segment. The resolution macro channel (151 in my example) would the set to 10.


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Thank you for your suggestion. I still can not picture how this would look in a squence chart.

I think what is confusing me is I just realized the the CCR LOR Test Console is not what I should be setting; it is those 17 channels in the sequence editor. SO how do I set those inside the squence editor?

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Do you know about RGB channels? They're a relatively new feature. They show up in the Sequence Editor kind of like a channel, but you can apply colors to them. So, they look something like:


There are new tools to let you directly apply colors to RGB channels (like the "Color Fade" tool), or you can click on the little red-green-blue button to expand an RGB channel so that you can see its constituent red, green, and blue channels, and then use the "normal" tools on those (such as fade, toggle, et cetera):


Whichever one you modify - the RGB channel directly or its constituent channels - the change will automatically modify the other, too. So here I've turned a green cell near the middle fully on, and notice that the RGB channel in that cell has also changed because of that:


And in the other direction, here I've changed the middle of the RGB channel so that it fades from blue to yellow, and note that the middles of the constituent channels also changed because of that:


Then macro channels are a-whole-nother story: If you're going to use them, set them up as normal channels.

You can read more about RGB channels on the following help file page:


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