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    Stix
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    In Scene view I would like to see the active scene highlighted in colour (eg Green or blue) separate to the curser orange colour which would remain for navigation to next scene etc.

    Could we have an auto scene advance preference/option – Would be useful in theatre shows where scenes are stepped through each night.

    How about a quick Key combination to Save all to the current scene – my suggestion is to hold down the red RESET button + press “GO”. Also to update the current scene – how about hold down the red PASTE button + press “GO” . So: RESET + GO = Store ALL Paste + Go = Update

    I would like a scene “preview” mode that allows a scene to be actively viewed and edited without actually being recalled. If this is even possible I imagine it would require a very obvious visual indication that you were in this mode! – Like PAFL and channel peak leds flashing? The Reset switch could provide a quick exit from preview mode (like the GEQ Fader Flip switch exits GEQ mode).

    In the Scene Reorder mode there is a bug (I Think). When in single select mode when you apply an edit (copy/move or remove) the scene view jumps back to and selects scene 1. It would seem to me that there is actually no need for the single select mode as you can do all edits (move copy or remove) in multi Select mode. It would therefor follow that you don’t need the multi Select mode button either – you just need Reorder mode! [:D]

    Mackie Control midi protocol support would be cool! The ilive surface could then be a controller or the mix could be controlled by studio software/hardware.

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    bucks
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    Hi Kari and Millst,

    We take both points on board. Millst, PL Designer is on a to do list, although no time frame yet im afraid, and it does make a very nice way of creating a custom interface. It communicates however using our own proprietary network protocol which as Kari says restricts its use.

    Just had a look at the SFX spec, and the MIDI output for a Cue on SFX Standard looks like it would talk to the current iLive MIDI implementation. In the future if we implementated Telnet, it also looks like SFX Deluxe can output telnet commands, so there is a possible tie in there, although i can’t see any documentation on how customisable the telnet strings are ? Bottom line, I think both external control protocols will be required eventually to satisify all users.

    Cheers.

    Andy
    A&H

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    bucks
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    Hello All
    Currently external control protocols are limited to MIDI. There is discussion of a telnet server being included in a future firmware release, similar to that on iDR8. If anyone has a wish list of features to be controlled via telnet, feel free to post them and we’ll add them to the list. Metering is always the sticking point, as telnet works via request / response, so delivering a metering payload on a regular basis over telnet is tricky to code. Hope that helps.

    Andy
    A&H

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