siegmund wrote:1) The monitoring feature only works for upwards adjustment.
Please have a look at the attached workspace. The RGB sliders on the left control RGB scenes. The RGB sliders on the right are our new ones (with monitoring enabled).
Move one slider on the left upwards, the corresponding slider on the right follows this movement (as expected).
Move the slider on the left downwards, and the corresponding slider on the left will not follow this movement (not as expected).
Thanks for the hint, haven't seen this issue yet, will try your workspace as soon as possible
siegmund wrote:2) When deactivating "OVR", the slider should go back to the value applied by the scenes.
Again, this only occurs if the monitoring slider is above the value of the scene.
So set the scene to say 50, press OVR on the monitoring slider and move it to 100. Press OVR again (deactivate it) and the slider should go back to 50, but it stays at 100.
This one i know, just forgott to mention on the known issues, should be fixed by end of this week.
mlohrey wrote:Just to add my findings, the new slider, when monitoring, also overrides the scene if moved upward without the OVR button being pushed. This shouldn't happen.
Hmm ok, this is from my point of view normal HTP behaviour, so just as i would expect such a slider to work. Am i totally wrong here?
This is quite different to the old behaviour, because formerly in monitor mode the slider always returned to 0 without a scene or to the scenevalue.
With change of execution order the monitored slider behaves now for HTP mode as one would expect, so upwards you can overwrite your scene value always.
If you set a new scene the slider should be jump to the new scenes value. At least it did in my testcase, hopefully I haven't destroyed something here.
In OVR mode you can control the channel absolutly in both directions.
mlohrey wrote:I am assuming that the new slider type will be able to be selected from the slider properties as an option?
This is not implemented, but should be no big deal do enable/disable this via level mode slider properties
I have one more behavoiur detail to discuss:
If two of the new sliders try to control the same channel, should there be exclusivle one slider to control, or shall we use normal HTP/LTP behaviour for this?
From implementation site i would prefere HTP/LTP behaviour, because this is much easier to implement.