Trackpad ウィンドウ

The trackpad window allows precise control of a mouse cursor as well as an alternate method for controlling the position of selected fixtures.

The trackpad window can appear within the user-defined area of screens 1 through 7. Views can store and recall the appearance and settings of the trackpad window. For more information on adding windows to the user-defined area, see the Add windows topic.

Tap the Mode button in the upper-right corner of the trackpad window to toggle between mouse mode and pan/tilt mode, or tap and swipe to see a menu of available modes.


Mouse モード


Trackpad ウィンドウ - Mouse モード

Trackpad マウスカーソル

While in mouse mode, tapping inside the main area of the trackpad window and swiping in any direction presents a dedicated cursor and moves that cursor in the direction of the swipe.

The main cursor in the user interface of the console appears as a black arrow with a white outline. This cursor is not affected by the trackpad window. A separate cursor appears when using the trackpad in mouse mode. The trackpad mouse cursor appears as a white arrow with a light gray outline.


Trackpad マウスカーソル

The trackpad cursor initially appears slightly larger than normal. After three seconds, it reverts to its normal size. After five seconds of idle time, the trackpad cursor disappears.

The trackpad mouse cursor can move freely across the user interface of the console within screens 1 through 5. Although the trackpad window can appear on screen 6 and screen 7, the trackpad cursor cannot appear on these screens.

Mouse モードでの Trackpad ウィンドウのボタン

The main area of the trackpad window in mouse mode includes two buttons:

The title bar of the trackpad in mouse mode includes tools, which control the behavior of the trackpad. These tools include:


Pan/Tilt モード


Trackpad ウィンドウ - Pan/Tilt モード

While in pan/tilt mode, horizontal swipes within the main area of the trackpad window adjust the pan attribute of any selected fixtures. Vertical swipes adjust the tilt attribute. Diagonal and curved swipes adjust both pan and tilt accordingly. The main area of the trackpad window in pan/tilt mode displays a simple grid as a visual guide.

The title bar of the trackpad in pan/tilt mode includes tools, which control the behavior of the trackpad. These tools include: