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« on: February 21, 2008, 09:56:08 PM »

There's a BIG problem with the ACC on/off function in the D-Beam (and probably any other way to do this).

You set up D-Beam to control the ACC (now there's no Orchestrator, this is the only way to turn on or off the ACC Parts all at once). If your UPG has no Parts muted, this works as expected. Here's the problem:

You set up a UPG with several of the ACC Parts Muted (but not all)...
You use the D-Beam to turn OFF the ACC for a section, breakdown, whatever...
You use the D-Beam to turn the ACC back ON...
It turns ALL the ACC Parts back ON, including the ones you MUTED originally.

UNACCEPTABLE...!

The MUTE button should over-ride this command.

Please correct this. Thank you...
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« Reply #1 on: February 21, 2008, 10:36:26 PM »

play E60. the same behaviour.  Sad
it needs to be fixed.
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