||Select one or more indicators||The on state of the selected indicator(s)|
||Select one or more indicators on a specific station||The on state of the selected indicator(s)|
||Return the current selection||A selection string|
The Indicator command selects one or more indicators in the system. Indicators are typically the LED indicators of pushbuttons on the front of a CueServer or individual indicators on a connected button station. Use the Indicator command in conjunction with an action command like At, On, Off or Set to change the indication state of one or more indicators. When used alone or in logic expressions, the Indicator command returns the current state of the specified indicator(s).
Either a single indicator number can be specified, or a range of indicators can be specified using the various selection operators like +, -, > and ~.
The wildcard character
* can be used as the indicator number to mean all indicators for a particular station.
Working With Stations
When no station number specified, the default station is assumed. The Station command can be used to change the default station. Unless changed by the Station command, the default station is typically Station 0, which corresponds to the built-in indicators on the CueServer itself. When a station number is specified as part of the Indicator command, that station number will be used for the selection.
Determining Which Indicators Are Selected
The question mark
? can be used to ask what the current selection is. A selection string will be returned, which will consist of a single number (like
3) or a range (like
5>7+9), or if no indicators are selected,
0 will be returned.
Selects indicator 1. Future action commands will be directed towards indicator 1. Also returns
1to indicate if the indicator is currently off or on.
Indicator 1>5 On
Turns indicators 1 thru 5 on.
Indicator 1>3+5>8 Off
Turns indicators 1 through 3 and 5 through 8 off.
Indicator 1.* Off
Turns indicators of all buttons on station 1 off.
Indicator 7 On
Turns indicator 7 of station 5 on.
Returns the current indicator selection in the format of a single number like
3, or a range like