Cue list options are set from the playback Options. Press Options (or the Options softkey on the top level menu) then the Select button for the cue list you wish to edit.
You can also set the cue list options from the Cue List View window by pressing Open/View then the Select button of the cue list, then click the Options tab.
All options are the same as for a cue, see Options.
Blind, Cross Fade HTP, Priority, Run On Startup are the same as for a cue and described in Playback.
Unlinks all the cues in the cue list even if they are programmed as linked, so you need to press the Go button to move to the next cue.
Sets what will happen at the end of the cue list
|Stop on final cue||Cue list will stop advancing once it reaches the last cue.|
|Loop||Cue list will go back to first cue after the last. If Move in Dark is enabled, this will also loop.|
Sets the mode for the whole cue list (see Move In Dark (MID) Functions).
|Off||Obeys settings for individual cues (default option)|
|Disabled||No move in dark even if set in cues|
|Early||Moves as soon as fixture intensity is 0|
|Late||Moves in the last cue before the fixture is needed|
Sets how shapes are tracked between cues.
|Off||Shapes will stop when the next cue starts|
|On||Shapes will track until stopped or changed in a cue|
|Local||Follows the tracking option above (default option)|
Allocates which timecode source will be used by this Cue List.
Enables or disables Tracking mode (where unchanged settings persist from the previous cues). Enabled by default.
All options are the same as for cues, see Times.
Sets how the cue list fader behaves.
|Fader Mode Intensity Kill With Off||The fader masters the overall HTP level and the cue list remains active (connected) even when the fader is lowered to zero.|
|Fader Mode Intensity Kill At 0||The fader masters the overall HTP level and the cue list is killed when the fader is lowered to zero.|
|Manual Crossfader||The fader behaves as a manual crossfade control, and the cue list will automatically step on to the next cue when the fader begins travel from top or bottom.|
When the fader is in Manual Crossfader mode:
- A running fade can be "captured" onto the fader for manual control by matching the fader position.
- When firing a cue list in manual crossfade the intensity snaps to full when the fader leaves zero.
- Shapes and Pixel Mapper effects will fade in with the manual crossfade, but when the fader returns to 0 they are not removed so may still affect the output.
- Autoloads in the cue list will use their programmed fade times, regardless of the manual crossfade performed by the fader.
- Partially completed crossfades can be completed by pressing Go.
Sets whether the first cue automatically fires when the fader is raised, or if you need to press the Go button to fire it.
All options are the same as for cues, see Effects.
Release Mask and Release Time are described for cues, see Release.
Sets fixtures to release when moving to the next cue, if they are not programmed in the next cue. This can be useful for creating some effects.
The Cue Options which could be set here in previous versions are now set using the Playback View window, press Open/View then the select button for the playback. You can edit cue settings directly in the grid.