Technique Print Samples - page 10

Some Basic Principles
Note:
For numbered references in square brackets e.g.
[5]
refer to the preceding
diagrams.
1
Trackerball
The Trackerball mouse and two associated buttons near the faders are used for
navigation and selection on the computer screen. Generally the Left button is used,
except where specifically mentioned
[1]
.
2
Computer Screen
The top and bottom sections always remain similar. The top displays certain current
statuses and setup, the bottom is the main menu system. The right hand side almost
always shows which channel sections are Write-enabled or Isolated from the computer
and is called the
Write Enable Palette
.
The blue buttons on the bottom left are
Menu
buttons
[2]
and to the right of them are
Sub-Menu
items
[3]
which generally bring up different content in the main window
with the currently selected item shown in red.
Sometimes what appears to be a button turns out to be a
Drop-Down Menu
from
which a selection can be made with a click of the trackball button.
3
Centre Section
Some direct navigation of on-screen menus is also available using control keys
[4]
situated above the alphanumeric keyboard
[5]
on the 9098i-J2 module.
4
Confirmation
Confirmation is required for certain functions, use
Yes/Ok
,
Enter
or click
Yes
to confirm,
use
No/Cancel
,
Esc
or click
No
to
cancel.
5
Faders
There are moving faders and VCAs on both large and small faders and you can
separately toggle either set of motors on or off (hence VCAs IN) at any time using
LF OFF
and
SF OFF
,
[6]
.
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