I have a new install using M-Touch and the latest version of Onyx. For the moment I want to establish 8 basic presets to match presets already established by the customer. All of the fixtures will be standard generic dimmers, no color, no motion, no sequences, just straight up: turn on these fixtures to this level. I am a total newby to this software and so I need a total step by step process tutorial. I am currently controlling all of the fixtures but have not been able to create a button...
Ricardo C., Thanks for the link. I viewed nearly everyone of the sessions and found them to be very helpful. However, there is nothing that shows the total process steps from beginning to end. David does a great job of explaining individual steps but there is no session that I could find that that has a sequential systematic process. For example, if i want to only use one light fixture in my show and I want it to only control intensity on a fader, what steps would I take to achieve that? Or...
Hi all, In Onyx I can assign the "Onscreen Keyboard" to a function key on my laptop easily enough via Onyx Menu > Assignments Functions > Commands > General > Keyboard. But I can't find the equivalent for the Keypad (note: KeyPAD <-- the small one with FULL, @, THRU etc). I've searched all function key options a couple of times. Have I just missed it, or is it not possible to assign keyPAD popup to a function key? Regards AndyY
You are correct. I did not find one as well. I only found the keypad that pops up as a window and takes up the full screen. Windows > Panels > Keypad I have mentioned it to the Onyx Engineers. As much as we enjoy trying to help out on the Elation forum, maybe try http://forum.obsidiancontrol.com/ . The people on the Forum might have more insight or some sort of workarounds.
Hi Zach. Ahhh I was wondering why the Onyx forum looked different and I couldn't login <face palm>! Thanks for the feedback and for pointing me in the right direction I'll continue this conversation over at http://forum.obsidiancontrol.com/ Andy Y
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