Different Images or when button is on or off - virtual console

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zacaustin
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Different Images or when button is on or off - virtual console

Post by zacaustin » Thu Dec 29, 2016 1:59 am

I'm trying to setup a colour picker like the one shown in the image at the below address:

https://i.ytimg.com/vi/EkXAyWWo8z4/maxresdefault.jpg (not my image)

I've created all the on/off images in photoshop. I just cant figure out how to set it up in QLC+ virtual console where it swaps the on/off images when the playback is toggled.

Any help, opinions or input is greatly appreciated.

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Re: Different Images or when button is on or off - virtual console

Post by mcallegari » Thu Dec 29, 2016 9:58 am

There is no such feature in QLC+

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Re: Different Images or when button is on or off - virtual console

Post by janosvitok » Thu Dec 29, 2016 12:21 pm

You can only have one image per button. You can also set background color (though I'm not sure if the background 100% works).

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Re: Different Images or when button is on or off - virtual console

Post by Fxedel » Sun Nov 26, 2017 8:16 pm

I'd also like this feature. I'm using some color buttons with background images in a solo frame and the green border doesn't have enough contrast to easily highlight the active color. A possibility to set a seperate color/image for the inactive state would allow me to use dimmed versions of the color images.

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Have a look at the Open Fixture Library! It's a project to collect fixture definitions in a unified format and make them downloadable for different lighting programs, including QLC+.

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