Partition List To view the partition list display press the Partitions

Partition list to view the partition list display

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Partition List To view the partition list display, press the {Partitions} touchbutton in Show Settings. This display lists all existing partitions. There are four pre-programmed partitions in Eos, they are: Partition 0 - No channels and no fader control. This is the default for all users when partitioned control is enabled for the first time on a show. To gain control, you must select a different partition. Partition 1 - All channels. Allows the user access to all channels. Partition 2 - Single Parameter Channels. Allows the user access to only channels with a single parameter. Partition 3 - Multiple Parameter Channels. Allows the user access to only channels with multiple parameters. To select a partition in the list, enter it in the command line. [Partition] [2] [Enter] If partitioned control is enabled, this will now be your assigned partition.
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30 Using Partitioned Control 361 Creating New Partitions To create a new partition, press: {Partition} [ x ] [Enter] - where “x” is a number that does not yet exist in the partition list. This will create a new partition, highlight it in the list, and (if partition is enabled) assign it as your partition. To assign channels to that partition, enter them in the command line: [1] [Thru] [9] [6] [Enter] You can also use [+] , [-] , and [Group] to further modify the channels in the partition. When adding/ subtracting channels to a partition, if you do not use [+] or [-] before channel numbers, the numbers will replace the channels in the partition, rather than adding to or subtracting from them. This overwriting does require a confirmation (if enabled in setup). When you are finished, you can press {Done} to return to the setup screen. Deleting Partitions To delete any partition, simply type the syntax in the command line: [Delete] {Partition} [5] [Enter] [Enter] - deletes partition 5 from the list. Preprogrammed partitions cannot be deleted.
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362 Eos Titanium, Eos, and Gio Operations Manual Using Partitions When partitions are enabled and a partition is selected, you may only record data for the channels included in the partition, with the exception of parking and unparking channel parameters or playing back cues. If you try to control a channel that is not in your partition, you must confirm that you want to control that channel. You will not, however, be able to store information for that channel. If you select a range of channels and set them to a level and some of those channels are not included in the partition, you must confirm the command. After which, the command will be allowed on the channels not in the partition When you record a target (cue, preset, palette), only those channels that are partitioned to you are recorded. Other programmers’ record actions to the same target can add to it (they do not replace it) unless channels are shared. When shared, the last value provided at the point of the record action will be stored.
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