• dot2 User Manual
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    • Introduction
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      • Turn the console on and off
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      • Use the command line
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      • Work with chasers
      • Work with effects
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      • Use external input triggers
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      • [GoFastBack] <<<
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      • Choose Clone Method
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      • Choose Delete Method
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      • Choose Update Method
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      • Edit Cue Number(s)
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      • Position Preset Type
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      • Remote Inputs Configuration
      • Save Show As...
      • Select DMX Address...
      • Select DMX Ports
      • Select Fixtures ID(s)
      • Select Fixture Type...
      • Select Function for Remote Inputs Configuration
      • Select Function of Executor
      • Select Language...
      • Select Session Number
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      • Select Wing...
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        • Wings & Nodes Diagnosis
    • Commands
      • >>> [GoFastForward]
      • <<< [GoFastBack]
      • - [Minus]
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      • Assign
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      • View [Eye]
      • Zero
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    • Glossary
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Version 1.5

Fixtures View

To go to the Fixture View on screen 1: Press  Fixture on the console.

To go to the Fixture View on screen 2 or all further screens: Tap Fixtures on the view bar.

Figure 1: Fixtures view - symbol view

In this view you see all imported fixtures, attributes and their output.

If preview is active, you see the values.

Swipe to select and deselect fixtures.

To switch between the symbol view , the sheet view , or to one of the five layout views , tap on the respective icon in the title bar.

To pin the view and deactivate the dynamic view mode, tap the pin .

To toggle between names of preset and channel sets and values, tap  in the upper right corner of the sheet view, on the left of the pin. 

The fixtures types and values can have different colors. For more about colors go to system colors.


Symbol View

You get to the fixture symbol view with a tap on the symbol view icon  in the title bar of the fixture view.

This is a graphical layout of the patched fixtures. The symbol view displays always the playback output.

The fixtures are grouped in fixture types.

There are different symbols in the symbol view, depending on the fixture type.

To see the fixture names and to see the colors and gobos if the dimmer is closed, press and hold ma .

Figure 2: Fixtures symbol view with pressed MA key

Fixture Symbols

All fixture symbols have in the upper area the fixture ID and the orange dimmer bar below.

The dimmer bar is a graphical view of the dimmer value.

Figure 3: Example fixture ID 1

Displays additional to the dimmer bar the dimmer value of 50 % in red (= programmer values), and 0 0 for the position of pan and tilt values.

Figure 4: Example fixture ID 3

Displays additional to the dimmer bar the dimmer values of 100 % in red (= programmer values), and 175 -33 for the position of pan and tilt values, and the gobo wheel.

Figure 5: Example fixture ID 21

Displays the current color and the dimmer values. For more information, see value colors.


Sheet View

To go to the fixture sheet view tap the sheet view icon in the title bar.

Figure 6: Fixture sheet view

In the fixture sheet view are all patched fixtures, and their values and attributes, in a numeric order of the fixture ID.

In the first column is the fixture ID displayed. In the second column is the fixture name displayed. Those two columns are fixed.

After the fixture name column are the attributes displayed, in the same order like the preset type bar.

If you use a preset, the name of the preset is displayed instead of the value.

Figure 7: Fixtures sheet view with used preset contrabass

To toggle to values, tap the symbol "Values Only" on the left of the pin.

Figure 8: Fixture sheet view with values of the preset contrabass 

To adjust the column width, press and hold the vertical column line next to the column header and move the column.

To edit attribute values in the fixtures sheet view, select a fixture and tap and hold the value cell from the attribute. The calculator opens.

To learn more about the different colors in the sheet view, refer to value colors.

If blind is on, the blind values are only visible in the sheet view. For more information, see Blind key and Blind command.

Figure 9: Fixtures sheet in blind

Layout View

To go to one of the fixtures layout view, tap at one of the layout icons .

Figure 10: Fixtures layout view

By default, the fixtures layout view is empty. For more information about the fixtures layout view and how to arrange them, see Getting Started Guide - Fixtures View.


Encoder Bar Functions

Scroll:
To scroll in the fixtures view up or down, turn the encoder left or right.

 


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