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    Hi, if i preset the laser area in showtime 2000 and then fire up autoplay it uses the settings from showtime, there are some sliders to change the x/y and zoom but these don't seem to do anything, is there a way to adjust the position and size using autoplay?

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    The X/Y/Zoom sliders are for altering the text phrases that you can input manually.

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    Quote Originally Posted by soforene View Post
    The X/Y/Zoom sliders are for altering the text phrases that you can input manually.

    is all this trial and error and filling up the forum with questions or is there a way to have some sort of manual or tutorial somewhere?

    Michel

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    Auto play uses the settings from the the start up ".ini" that get set when you set the "default" settings in the projector and projection zones in LD and Showtime. It will also load show specific projection zone settings for certain shows if you set them and save them specifically for the show.
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    Quote Originally Posted by michelrietveld View Post
    is all this trial and error and filling up the forum with questions or is there a way to have some sort of manual or tutorial somewhere?

    Michel
    The LD2000 suite has a pretty extensive HELP system, but you may need to spend a bit of time with it to find the answers you need.

    We've also accumulated several useful tips here:

    http://www.photonlexicon.com/forums/...gner-2000-Tips...

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