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  1. Ready "6.1.6" "WATCHPOINT" "Windows" true authenticate 1 setInput "CVol" 1 1000 Error 7 0 "Unrecognized command: setInput" I'm trying to control my setup as follows. Other commands like gotoControlCue and run work fine, but I can't get this one to work. Any clues? Thanks in advance. PS: I know we are some versions behind but updating is not an option since this is controlled by the IT department.
  2. Hi all, has anyone had an issue with Watchpax 4 where a large section of a particular display "jumps" up a few pixels (say 10 or so) randomly? At first I thought it was the (active) DisplayPort converters or cable, but after a reboot, the outputs swapped around so Display #2 now comes out of a different physical output (Weird? Related?) on the Watchpax (and projector and cables etc). So I'm fairly confident it's Watchpax/Watchout. Like I say, I'm really thrown by the fact the issue is now happening on a different projector/cable after some rebooting, with the display number being the only constant. I'm running v6.1.6 - it had recently upgraded from v6.1.5 as it is brand new. I'm reluctant to use v6.2 because other parts of the installation need to be v6.1.6 due to bugs in 6.2 with our multi-channel audio interfaces. Only content in the show is 2x .pngs for lineup grids. Four outputs (three rotated 90-degrees, one currently disabled because I'm not using that projector yet!). UPDATE - This is happening on two different Watchpax 4's with different content/setup etc. They came from the same batch. The issue is still on Display no. 2, but physical outputs are different.
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