The same dialog (with slight differences) is used for both adding new and editing the properties of existing Fixtures.
NOTE: When editing an existing fixture, you can always choose a completely different fixture type to replace the previous one, but if their channels don't match each other exactly, any Scene functions you may have created, will very probably do things that you don't want. Also, if the channel counts don't match, you might end up having fixtures with overlapping channels, which results also to unwanted behaviour. RGB Matrix, EFX, Chaser and Collection functions remain unaffected since they don't directly address specific channels, but are more dynamic in nature.
|Fixture Model list||Shows you a list of available fixture definitions and their general types. If you don't see your favourite fixture definition on the list, you can create one yourself with the accompanying, easy to use QLC+ Fixture Editor. Since QLC+ is completely free software, please consider sharing the definition files with the community at http://www.qlcplus.org/forum/viewforum.php?f=3|
You can also add more than one fixture at the same time if your setup
consists of multiple fixtures that are of the same make & model.
These features are disabled when you are editing an existing fixture.