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3.8.1 About snapshots
At any moment the settings for a conﬁguration can be saved in a snapshot ﬁle. This snapshot ﬁle can be
loaded again to create the same situation as when the snapshot was taken.
A snapshot can contain:
• All settings
• All layout settings
• All input settings
• Lamp settings
• Projector settings
A snapshot is a collection of settings at a given point of time for a conﬁguration
3.8.2 Managing snapshots
When opening the snapshot window an overview of all available snapshots is given. A snapshot ﬁle is
built up as a tree of settings.
To open this tree of settings, click on the ’+’ sign to expand a branch.
A yellow warning symbol in front of the snapshot name means that something inside the snapshot does
not correspond with the current active conﬁguration. Expand the snapshot tree to see the differences.
Such a snapshot can be applied to the current conﬁguration but only the corresponding setting are loaded
and for the other settings, the current values remain in place.
Some examples when a warning symbol can be displayed:
• projector not (anymore) in the conﬁguration
• inputs on projector are swapped, or missing.
When a snapshot is selected, the name of the snapshot is yellow.
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