Topic: Re-associating a parent control?
I've been getting more up to speed on our existing Nware system as our HW programmer's contract is ending, so I'll have to be filling his shoes. We've been building some new rooms together in preps for an expansion that will be taking place after he leaves and a lot of it could be copy and paste from existing room arrangements. Some of it we are able to do, such as the schematics/blocks with is essentially a router for each room with the various inputs and outputs to gain/comp/meter controls, and that's been no problem for me to just change the flyoffs, names and add aliases in each copied block.
The issue is that we also have a page for each room, or group of like rooms, that has a channel for each room comprised of that room's gain, mute, source selection, meter and 2x1 switch that is our paging override of the room audio. It's just a way for us to monitor/adjust multiple rooms from one page location for setup/troubleshooting. We would have liked to copy a row of this setup from another similar page instead of having to recreate them all, but there doesn't seem to be a way to copy a bunch of child controls (copies of the parent controls in the room schematics) and re-associate them with another parent.
Am I missing something? Is there actually a way to do this? It would save LOADS of time being able to copy a graphic and just re-route what parent control they should be linked to.
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Technical Director/Faith Baptist Church