The toolbar in the Navigator Window contains several controls for managing CueServers.
Each of the toolbar items are described below:
Opens the currently selected CueServer’s Editor Window. The Editor Window is used for programming and configuration of a CueServer.
Opens the currently selected CueServer’s web page in the default web browser.
Displays a dialog window that allows a remote CueServer to be added to the Navigator Window. This option is used to add CueServers that are not available on the local network, and are published on the Internet via a router’s port-forwarding settings. See Working With Remote CueServers for more information.
Creates a new show file for the selected CueServer.
Removes the selected show file from a CueServer. Please note that the currently active show file cannot be deleted.
Makes the selected show file the active show. The active show appears in the list in bold with a blue checkmark besides it.
Activates the selected CueServer’s Identify Mode. When a CueServer is in Identify Mode, it’s LCD Display and Power LED will flash. Use this feature to help identify which CueServer is which in a complicated setup with multiple CueServer devices. See Identifying CueServers for more information.
Displays a dialog window that allows the network settings of the selected CueServer to be changed. Use this option to change the IP Address, DHCP setting, and Device Name of a CueServer.
Displays a dialog window that allows the clock settings of the selected CueServer to be changed. Use this option to change the time zone, automatic and/or manual time settings of a CueServer.