||Enables the selected object(s)||The number of objects enabled|
The Enable command enables the currently selected object(s). The Enable command can be used with many types of objects, including Buttons, Channels, Contacts, Groups, Playbacks, Stations, and Universes. Enable has the opposite effect as Disable.
The following table shows the various effect of enabling or disabling an object:
|Object||When Enabled||When Disabled|
|Buttons||Responds to presses normally||Does not trigger any actions|
|Channels||Channel(s) contribute to playback||Channel(s) do not contribute to playback|
|Contacts||Responds to closures normally||Does not trigger any actions|
|Groups||Channel(s) contribute to playback||Channel(s) do not contribute to playback|
|Playbacks||Playback(s) contribute to output||Playback(s) do not contribute to output|
|Stations||Station(s) operate normally||Station(s) do not trigger any actions|
|Universes||Normal broadcast from universe||No broadcast from universe|
Button 1 Enable
Enables button 1.
Channel 1>10 Enable
Enables channels 1 thru 10.
Playback 3 Enable
Enables playback 3.
Station 7 Enable
Enables station 7.
Universe 1+7 Enable
Enables universes 1 and 7.