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Ok, I downloaded a snowflake fixture from here and used it on my visualizer. The question I have is, why is it black all around it and can I get rid of it? You can't see the snowflake because of the black..... whatever it is where the snowflake is. I have a picture to show what I am talking about.


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It's black becsuse that is the default color if you have not assigned any channels yet.

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I assigned it a channel and assigned it white for clear. You can see the snowflake a little bit in the picture poking out top L part of the L snowflake and the other ones have little bits popping out too.

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those are all the title for the fixtures parts. mike can you remove those? Also your on vacation.

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The problem was that prop was made of many many strings, the strings all being labled is what you were seeing. I know theres a way to remove the layers of lables but I cant for the life of me figure it out. Mike when hes back on will say something like just push F11 and itll fix that! Im glad hes on our side!

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GoofyGuy wrote:

The problem was that prop was made of many many strings, the strings all being labled is what you were seeing. I know theres a way to remove the layers of lables but I cant for the life of me figure it out. Mike when hes back on will say something like just push F11 and itll fix that! Im glad hes on our side!


There are 2 things that can help with that. You can turn ALL the names off. Do that by unchecking the box on the toolbar next to 'Name' on the main screen.

Or, you can elect to only see the PROP name, even if you are in FIXTURE mode. That is on the Options Screen, Tab 1, 'Always show prop name (if available).
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