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whats in a cell?


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ok so even though im still not sure that my work will have me in town im back in town for now(maybe for just tonight) and plugging along with the idea i will have some kind of light show this year with my new LOR-2... so I revisit a sequence I havent worked on in some time and am going crazy trying to figure out what effect is applied in a cell... like is my set intensity a 75, an 80 or is it in a fade from 75 - 50 or 65 -55 etc... with my old AL.. I would simply click a vcell and at the bottom I would see whats in that cell... how do I do with my new LOR-2? or is there a special way I need to do it?

-Christopher

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thats just what the doctor ordered.. thanks! im gonna have to put in a feature request to have that in the status bar.. or maybe as an optional hover tool effect.. hover a cell and have it change that in a window or such...

however such a SMALL thing compared to all the GOOD things that this LOR-II sequencer is... if you have ever programmed AL before you will understand this...

ok now onto actually whether im gonna have a light show or whether im flying to florida for an emergency system installation or not.
-Christopher

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iresq wrote:

And now you can be embarrassed by double posting :P

Double DOH!


Okay, now I'm really embarassed! :]

While I'm at the confessional, I should probably also admit that I always thought "iresq" stood for "interrupt service request" - a common thing in computer programming. It was only recently that I finally figured out you work on a rescue squad, thus i-res-q. Again, DOH!

Now, if I can just manage to post this message once instead of twice...
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