I now understand that it's the intended purpose of the fader to operate as it does. What I do not understand is why are they designed to latch to its function until released. I do not see a practical reason to this engineering. From what was stated, if I set a fader to a setting on one page, then I need to bring that setting all the way down so I can control a setting on another page. Why? How is one supposed to program faders on multiple pages when they need to be brought down before switching pages to function again? Maybe I am missing an integral part of the equation.