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Hi, Looking if anybody can help me with scripting.       

on the lightware manual    the ascii is  {02@o}   (route input 2 to all out) ,  {1@5} (route input 1 to output 5)

tried it in hex aswell but no luck.

i tried using packet sender and the ascii cmds work perfect.

do i need to change something?

 using port 10001

 

thanks
 

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Hi, Looking if anybody can help me with scripting.       

on the lightware manual    the ascii is  {02@o}   (route input 2 to all out) ,  {1@5} (route input 1 to output 5)

tried it in hex aswell but no luck.

i tried using packet sender and the ascii cmds work perfect.

do i need to change something?

 using port 10001

 

thanks

 

 

Do you have a link to the "lightware manual" ?

 

So is the actual string you are sending in the cue

{02@o},  {1@5}

?  I notice you have a letter after the @ symbol in the first one and a number in the second?

 

Is that exactly how it is sent in "packet sender" ?

 

Have you tried 

{02@o},  {1@5}$0D

?

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Do you have a link to the "lightware manual" ?

 

So is the actual string you are sending in the cue

{02@o},  {1@5}

?  I notice you have a letter after the @ symbol in the first one and a number in the second?

 

Is that exactly how it is sent in "packet sender" ?

 

Have you tried 

{02@o},  {1@5}$0D

?

 

Thanks, Carriage return ($0D) did the trick

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