Slots

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Introduction
Overview
Context-Menu
Search

 

 

Introduction

The Slots view shows all reported slots for the currently selected device.
Since this is specific to a device [as defined and implemented by the manufacturer], no information can be edited.
Usually and if available, slots represent the DMX personality of a device, that is which functionality is assigned to which channel [for example, Master Dimmer, Red Channel, Green Channel, Blue Channel, White Channel, Intensity, etc.].

 

 

Overview

By default, the following information is provided since the following columns are enabled in the list:

 

Use the arrows in order to show these slots by expanding the view [or collapsing it back].

Offset

Represents the channel number of the device. It also shows primary and secondary slots. Secondary slots specify primary slots more precisely.  [As defined by the RDM standard, these start with the index 0.]

Description

Shows a more in-depth explanation of the slot [as reported by the device].

Type

Shows the type of the slot [as reported by the device].

Default Value

Shows the default value of the slot [as reported by the device].

 

 

Context-Menu

Right Mouse Click - Perform a click with your right mouse button on an entry.

 

Request Slot Information (Get:SlotInfo)

Sends a request to the device in order to manually update the provided slot information.

Copy To Clipboard

Copies the currently selected cell [that is, single information] into the clipboard/temporary memory. [Keyboard shortcut: Ctrl + C]

Copy Line To Clipboard

Copies the currently selected line or lines [that is, all parameter information] into the clipboard/temporary memory. [Keyboard shortcut: Ctrl + Shift + C]

Save Snapshot As...

Saves the entire, currently shown list/view/table as a preformatted text file.

 

 

Search

Search - Enter any text in order to search all parameters in the list.
- Any device/line that includes the search term will be shown. All others are temporarily filtered out.
- Terms can be case-insensitive. You don't have to use capital letters.
- Feel free to use terms that are incomplete. For example, mad will include results for MADRIX.
- You may specify certain columns by using a colon [:].
- For example: Desc:Int shows all lines that include intensity slots by referencing the column Description, for example.

 

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