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Hold for "ALL OFF" button in loop mode.

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  1. Jeff502

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    I'm trying to write a hold for all off button on the loops page. I want button number 1 to close all open loops when I hold it down. I'm using the IA ACTION command "Audio/Loop #x off:-None-, on: OFF" for each possible loop as a hold button. This works to shut off the loops and clear each loop LCD box, but it will not shut off the individual buttons LED's. Is there another command I need to do that? Also, being able to copy and past command strings would be helpful. I tried writing a Macro but I wasn't able to use it. Thank you.
     

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    Are you running the latest firmware? This sounds like a bug from the past. Your "all off" idea should work, including use as a macro.
     
  3. Jeff502

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    Yes, running 4.3.2 and editor 4.3.0. I just (kick me) updated from like 1.0.5 and big shock had to reconvert my files in the editor and do quite a bit of cleaning up. In my defense, the previous tech built the rig. I might not be trying to use the macros right, but in any case the function works, the LED's just don't turn off when the loops do.
     
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    Yes, running 4.3.2 and editor 4.3.0. I just (kick me) updated from like 1.0.5 and big shock had to reconvert my files in the editor and do quite a bit of cleaning up. In my defense, the previous tech built the rig. I might not be trying to use the macros right, but in any case the function works, the LED's just don't turn off when the loops do.

    So I tried reinstalling the firmware and that didn't help. I may give up unless anyone has some ideas. I've tried everything I can think of. It would be handy especially for editing patches on the fly.
     

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