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BUT: YOU own the copyrights to any stage plots created by you. Your stage plots are NOT part of the "contents of this website".
Select options, then click either the "Preview" or "Download PDF" button.
When you print these, if you use your printer's "Fit to Page" option, the scale will be incorrect.
(this window is draggable)
Click an item below to view its help info.
Using this control, you can literally create an entire stage plot without even loading it (of course you have to picture it in your mind).
But, if you load it, you can see the changes you make in real time. Of course, when loaded, you can also use drag'n'drop (see the Table of Contents item "The Stage" for details).
Your permanent stage plot records are automatically saved (to your permanent records) every 15 minutes. Which ones are saved depend on which setting you select:
This is a list of your stage plots. It includes:
Either button will save current edits to your permanent records
Loads the currently-selected stage plot into a graphic interface where you can use drag'n'drop to manipulate instruments & other equipment on the stage. From the graphic interface you can:
With either button you can set stage plot properties:
Flags the selected stage plot for delete.
Displays the Soundboards list.
You can add new soundboards, edit existing ones, or flag them to delete (upon saving the stage plot).
These are NOT the soundboards you drag'n'drop onto the stage UNLESS you ASSIGN them.
Properties you can set are:
(Updates all related lists)
Flags the selected sound board for delete
Displays the list of channels for the soundboard you are currently editing. Properties you can set are:
Displays the Monitors list.
These are monitors you drag'n'drop onto your stage. Properties you can set are:
(Monitor name and location are automatically calculated.)
Displays the Equipment list.
*WARNING! Undo & Redo histories are kept for ALL STAGE PLOTS you work on during a session!
So, when you use Undo & Redo, it may cause a change to a stage plot that IS NOT the one you're working on RIGHT NOW.
*ALSO, the Undo & Redo histories are cleared whenever you save even ONE stage plot.
First, make sure a stage plot is loaded and that you can see the stage.
The stage includes:
It also has nine visible stage areas:
from the Equipment Item Settings window, type in a description such as
THEN click the Apply button
THEN, from the Equipment Item Settings window, type in a description such as
Then, right-click or double-click an equipment item on your stage. The control has the following buttons:
*NOTE: "layer" determines, in the case of overlapping equipment items, which item appears "on top" or "underneath" another.
First, make sure a stage plot is loaded and that you can see the stage. Now, either:
A rectangle appears around the selected equipment. Then:
When the multi-select MENU appears, click one of the buttons to either:
If you click Set selected group position and rotation, the multi-select edit CONTROL appears, where you can edit the following:
The following conditions may cause a long preparation time for your preview or download:
*** Use negative numbers to move counter-clockwise,or toward Stage Left or Down Stage.