A Button is the simplest and at the same time one of the most powerful widget in QLC+;
with it, you can start, stop and flash your Functions.
When activated in toggle mode, the Button border will turn to green, but if a Function attached to a Button is started from another Virtual Console widget, the Button border will turn to orange, to indicate that the Function is active but not actually controlled by the Button. Pressing a Button in "monitoring" state will take control of the running Function and the Button border will turn to green. Another press and the attached Function will be stopped.
Buttons can be configured with the properties button found in the toolbar or by double clicking the button itself.
|Button label||Set the friendly name of the button. The name appears on the button in Virtual Console. NOTE: If you set an icon to a button with the Edit -> Icon -> Choose menu, the icon will override this label.|
Shows you the name of the Function that
is currently assigned to the button.
Attach a Function to the button
You can attach an external input channel from an input device (like a slider
board) to buttons so that you don't always have to use the mouse, touch screen or
keyboard to access the buttons.
You can attach a keyboard key (or key combination) to the button, which then acts
as if you clicked the button directly with your mouse.
Attach a keyboard key (or key combination)
to the button
|On button press...||
|Adjust Function intensity||If checked, this feature will adjust the intensity of the assigned Function just before playing it when the button is pressed.|