Oct 11 (36 days ago)
Stu Jackson wrote
So, I have 5 Qs within my script. Turning on the countdown key for any one of these enables the countdown on all the Qs. I would of thought it would only apply to the one? What am I missing?<br /> Thanks,<br /> Stu
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Oct 14 (33 days ago)
Adam DuBose agent wrote
Key objects are persistent until you turn off their visibility on a given cue or remove them. This is meant so the information provided on a Key Object is available until removed.
Oct 14 (33 days ago)
Stu Jackson wrote
Hi Adam. If I turn off the visibility on a given Q, it should turn off visibility on all Qs? This is how it's working now?<br /> Thanks,<br /> Stu
Oct 15 (32 days ago)
Adam DuBose agent wrote
It appears that is correct. Turning off the visibility on any cue does remove it from all of the cues.
Oct 15 (32 days ago)
Stu Jackson wrote
Thanks Adam!
Nov 08 (8 days ago)
Greg Smith wrote
Actually Adam, our team would like the ability to turn on a countdown for a single page within a cue, as I could with ms6. I don't want to break up the thread of the cue to set a countdown for the one page ,( ie announcement) that needs a countdown.
Nov 12 (4 days ago)
Adam DuBose agent wrote
In v7 the countdown, or real-time, clock is a key object that is either on or off depending on the condition of the &quot;eye&quot; in the layers tab. There isn't currently a way to have the countdown or any other Key Object show only on one page of one cue except by manually opening and closing the eye.