The colors in which channel numbers and output levels are displayed on screen provide information about the channels. The following list shows the meaning of colors in Stage and Blind displays.
Channel numbers/Standard patch
Gray Unselected channel.
White Channel not selected by Only function.
Yellow Selected channel. Controlled by the level (Y) wheel.
Channel numbers/Fixture patch
Gray bar Surrounds all channels of one fixture.
Light gray Low channels for 16-bit data types.
Gold Channels linked through the link list or fixtures.3
Yellow Selected channels of selected fixtures.3
3. Only High channels for 16-bit data types.
Channel output levels
White on Red Channel level when it is being changed.
Yellow In Stage, a channel in yellow was set by a submaster.
White In Stage, a channel in white was set by an effect. In Blind, a channel in white was set by a submaster, group, focus point or an allfade cue.
Gray Channel was recorded into a multipart cue, but not in the currently displayed part (Blind only).
Red In Stage, captured channels are in red. In Blind, channels not recorded are in red.
Green Channel output level is changed from what it was in the previous cue. In Blind only, channel output is lower than it was in the previous cue.
Purple Channel output level is the same as it was in the previous cue (tracking).
Blue In Blind only, channel output level is higher than it was in the previous cue.
Channels are displayed on several pages in the Stage and Blind displays. Use [S4], Previous Page, and [S5], Next Page, to switch from page to page. Also, pressing [←] takes you to the first page, pressing [↑] takes you to the previous page (last page if currently on the first page), pressing [↓] takes you to the next page, and pressing [→] takes you to the final page.