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todo [2018/12/18 09:35]
icke_siegen [AI knowledge base]
todo [2018/12/23 18:10] (current)
icke_siegen [examples]
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   * check IDs and filenames of current examples   * check IDs and filenames of current examples
-  * fix [[macros:​function:​handles.setlockstate|]] 
-  * lockstate --> email Gregory 27.08. 
   * handle range, emails 30.08./​03.09.,​ also link to http://​forum.avolites.com/​viewtopic.php?​f=20&​t=5848&​p=21193   * handle range, emails 30.08./​03.09.,​ also link to http://​forum.avolites.com/​viewtopic.php?​f=20&​t=5848&​p=21193
   * fire macros by triggers (sACN console to itself), see http://​forum.avolites.com/​viewtopic.php?​f=20&​t=5573#​p21114   * fire macros by triggers (sACN console to itself), see http://​forum.avolites.com/​viewtopic.php?​f=20&​t=5573#​p21114
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 Forum done until today (16.09.18) Forum done until today (16.09.18)
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 +>​(Gregory,​ 27.08.2018)
 +>​Unfortunately no I don’t think there is any way to tell for sure. However generally older parts of the software such as Handles and Palettes will require function calls whereas newer or rewritten code such as Edit Times, Playback Options, Timecode and Capture settings will normally respond directly to the property changes. This is mainly because the latter was not always possible and we don’t generally rewrite working code unless there is a need to as this runs the risk of introducing bugs.
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 +>>is there a way to tell whether setting a property is enough (like in ActionScript.SetProperty("​Playbacks.Editor.Times.PlaybackReleaseTime",​ time:0) ) or both must be done (property set AND function applied, like with lockState)?
  
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