To access all sequence commands right-click on the time bar of the sequence tab.
This command stores all active values at the current time.
[Store Active (Selected Devices]
In contrast to the above command, this one filters active values for those devices (layers) that are selected. The values are stored at the current time at the blue nowpointer. All active values influencing other layers will stay active.
[Store Active To Time]
A small dialog opens and asks for the time whereto all active values will be stored. The time can be entered in the format H:MM:SS:FF or shortened to SS:FF or even SFF. So, for example 3 seconds can be 0:00:03:00 or 03:00 or 300. Click Enter or the button [Ok] to close the dialog and save the active values.
[Add Cue at Current Time]
This command adds a cue at the current time, indicated by the blue nowpointer. Click onto the cue to select it and see its properties in the Inspector tab.
[Add Cue Here]
This command adds a cue at the position of the mouse pointer. Click onto the cue to select it and see its properties in the Inspector tab.
[Toggle Ignore Next Cue]
Click here to ignore the Next Cue in the sequence (or use CTRL+SHIFT+I) or to respect this cue again if it was set to be ignored. An ignored cue will be displayed in orange.
[Insert Time (After Current Time)]
A small dialog opens and asks for the time interval which will be inserted after the current time indicated by the blue now pointer. The time can be entered in the format H:MM:SS:FF or shortened to SS:FF or even SFF. So, for example 3 seconds can be 0:00:03:00 or 03:00 or 300. Click Enter or the button [Ok] to close the dialog and insert the time.
Please note that the time of the "Jump Target" of jump cues will be adjusted automatically if the target time and the jump cue are in front of the current time. In other cases the target time keeps its value.
[Select All (From Here To Current Time)]
All keys, containers and cues from the mouse pointer up to current time will be selected.
This command sets all parameters of all devices to active.
[All Active (Partially Active Devices)]
This command sets all parameters of partially active devices to active.
[Clear All Active]
De-activates the active status off all parameters. The values will be kept and not set back to default.
Resets all parameters to their default values and removes their active status.