Q-sys Level One Training: Control Overview

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Q-sys Level One Training: Control Overview - Quiz

Welcome to the Q-SYS™ Training Assessment. You are about to take the assessment for the Control Overview Training Module. Please watch the videos before attempting this assessment. You must correctly answer 80% of the questions to successfully pass this assessment.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Multiple Choice: Where will you find the Global Snapshots Bank?

    • A.

      In the Snapshots panel in the Left-Side Pane

    • B.

      In the Schematic Library under Audio Components

    • C.

      In the Schematic Library under Control Components

    Correct Answer
    A. In the Snapshots panel in the Left-Side Pane
    Explanation
    The Global Snapshots Bank can be found in the Snapshots panel in the Left-Side Pane.

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  • 2. 

    Multiple Choice: How many Global Snapshot Banks can you have in your design at a time?

    • A.

      1

    • B.

      4

    • C.

      Unlimited

    Correct Answer
    A. 1
    Explanation
    In the given question, the correct answer is 1. This means that in the design, you can have only one Global Snapshot Bank at a time. This suggests that the design does not allow for multiple Global Snapshot Banks simultaneously.

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  • 3. 

    Multiple Choice: How do you create a User-Defined Snapshot Bank?

    • A.

      Use the Plus icon in the Snapshots panel in the Left-Side Pane.

    • B.

      Right-click a component and select “Create Snapshot from selection”.

    • C.

      Drag a Snapshot Bank from the Control Components into the Schematic Library.

    Correct Answer
    A. Use the Plus icon in the Snapshots panel in the Left-Side Pane.
    Explanation
    To create a User-Defined Snapshot Bank, you need to use the Plus icon in the Snapshots panel in the Left-Side Pane. This option allows you to add a new snapshot bank to your project. By clicking on the Plus icon, you can create a new bank and give it a name. This bank will then appear in the Snapshots panel, where you can add and manage snapshots for your project.

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  • 4. 

    Check ALL that Apply: How can you add a control or a component to a User-Defined Snapshot Bank?

    • A.

      Drag the control or component over the Snapshot bank in the Left-Side Pane and release.

    • B.

      Select the control or component, click on the Plus icon in the Snapshot panel and select “Create new Snapshot Bank from selection.”

    • C.

      Right click any control or component and select “Create new Snapshot Bank from selection.”

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Drag the control or component over the Snapshot bank in the Left-Side Pane and release.
    B. Select the control or component, click on the Plus icon in the Snapshot panel and select “Create new Snapshot Bank from selection.”
    Explanation
    To add a control or component to a User-Defined Snapshot Bank, you can either drag the control or component over the Snapshot bank in the Left-Side Pane and release it, or you can select the control or component, click on the Plus icon in the Snapshot panel, and choose "Create new Snapshot Bank from selection."

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  • 5. 

    Check ALL that Apply: Select the possible Modes of a User-Defined Snapshot Bank.

    • A.

      Normal Mode

    • B.

      Scene Mode

    • C.

      WriteProtect Mode

    • D.

      Global Mode

    • E.

      RampTime Mode

    • F.

      Emulation Mode

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Normal Mode
    B. Scene Mode
    C. WriteProtect Mode
    Explanation
    The possible modes of a User-Defined Snapshot Bank include Normal Mode, Scene Mode, and WriteProtect Mode. Normal Mode allows the user to save and recall snapshots of the current settings. Scene Mode allows the user to store and recall complete scenes with all settings. WriteProtect Mode prevents accidental overwriting or modification of saved snapshots.

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  • 6. 

    Multiple Choice: Which button will disable the Save buttons to prevent you from accidentally saving over a Snapshot?

    • A.

      WriteProtect

    • B.

      SaveProtect

    • C.

      SceneProtect

    • D.

      SnapshotProtect

    Correct Answer
    A. WriteProtect
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "WriteProtect" because this button specifically prevents any changes or modifications from being saved. By disabling the Save buttons, it ensures that you cannot accidentally save over a Snapshot, which is a saved version of a file or document. This feature is useful in situations where you want to preserve a specific version and avoid any unintentional changes.

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  • 7. 

    Multiple Choice: What does the Ramp Time knob do?

    • A.

      Changes the length of time it takes to transition from one Snapshot to another.

    • B.

      Changes the length of time the Snapshot bank will wait to load a Snapshot after the load button is selected.

    • C.

      Adjusts the values of all knobs/faders that are associated with the Snapshot Bank.

    Correct Answer
    A. Changes the length of time it takes to transition from one Snapshot to another.
    Explanation
    The Ramp Time knob adjusts the length of time it takes to transition from one Snapshot to another. This means that when transitioning between different Snapshots, the Ramp Time knob controls the duration of the fade or crossfade effect, determining how smoothly the transition occurs. By adjusting the Ramp Time, users can customize the speed and smoothness of Snapshot transitions to suit their preferences or specific musical needs.

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  • 8. 

    Multiple Choice: What tool can you use to schedule automated Snapshots to be loaded?

    • A.

      Q-Sys Administrator

    • B.

      Q-Sys Configurator

    • C.

      Q-Sys Organizer

    • D.

      Q-Sys Coordinator

    Correct Answer
    A. Q-Sys Administrator
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Q-Sys Administrator. Q-Sys Administrator is the tool that can be used to schedule automated Snapshots to be loaded. This tool allows users to manage and control the Q-Sys system, including scheduling and automating tasks such as loading Snapshots.

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  • 9. 

    Multiple Choice: What is the primary difference between the two types of Snapshot Banks?

    • A.

      A Global Snapshot Bank records every control in the entire design, while a User-Defined Snapshot Bank only records specific controls.

    • B.

      A Universal Snapshot Bank records every control on the Schematic Page, while a Customized Snapshot Bank only records specific controls.

    Correct Answer
    A. A Global Snapshot Bank records every control in the entire design, while a User-Defined Snapshot Bank only records specific controls.
    Explanation
    A Global Snapshot Bank captures every control in the entire design, meaning it records all controls present in the design. On the other hand, a User-Defined Snapshot Bank only captures specific controls, allowing users to select which controls they want to include in the snapshot. This primary difference distinguishes the two types of Snapshot Banks based on the extent of controls they record.

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  • 10. 

    Multiple Choice: Which of the following statements best describes a Snapshot?

    • A.

      A loadable recording of the status of one or more controls in a design.

    • B.

      A loadable template that can be applied to new Schematic pages.

    • C.

      A readable log of the status of multiple components in a design.

    Correct Answer
    A. A loadable recording of the status of one or more controls in a design.
    Explanation
    A snapshot is a loadable recording of the status of one or more controls in a design. This means that it captures the current settings and configurations of the controls in a design and allows for easy loading and application of these settings at a later time. It is like taking a snapshot of the current state of the controls and being able to restore that state whenever needed.

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  • 11. 

    Check ALL that Apply: Select the types of elements that can be wired to a Snapshot Bank component (without enabling Control Pins).

    • A.

      Controls

    • B.

      Components

    • C.

      Another Snapshot Bank

    • D.

      Nothing can be wired to a Snapshot Bank component without enabling Control Pins

    Correct Answer
    D. Nothing can be wired to a Snapshot Bank component without enabling Control Pins
    Explanation
    The Snapshot Bank component is used to store and recall snapshots of control values. In order to wire elements to a Snapshot Bank component, the Control Pins must be enabled. Without enabling Control Pins, nothing can be wired to the Snapshot Bank component.

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  • 12. 

    True or False: A design must be either running or in Emulation Mode to record and load Snapshots.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    In order to record and load Snapshots, a design must be either running or in Emulation Mode. This means that the design needs to be actively functioning or in a mode that simulates its functionality. If the design is not running or in Emulation Mode, it will not be able to capture and store Snapshots of its current state. Therefore, the statement "A design must be either running or in Emulation Mode to record and load Snapshots" is true.

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  • 13. 

    Check ALL that Apply: Check the field if it is an editable property of the Global Snapshot Bank.

    • A.

      WriteProtect

    • B.

      Position

    • C.

      Name

    • D.

      Mode Select

    • E.

      Snapshot Count

    Correct Answer
    E. Snapshot Count
    Explanation
    The field "Snapshot Count" is an editable property of the Global Snapshot Bank.

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  • 14. 

    Multiple Choice How do you gain access to a control’s Properties?

    • A.

      Click the control once and go to the Properties panel in the Right-Side Pane

    • B.

      Double-click the control to access its Properties pop-up menu

    • C.

      Right-click the control and select Properties

    Correct Answer
    A. Click the control once and go to the Properties panel in the Right-Side Pane
    Explanation
    To gain access to a control's properties, you need to click the control once and go to the Properties panel in the Right-Side Pane. This allows you to view and modify the various properties of the control, such as its size, color, and behavior. Double-clicking the control does not directly open the properties, and right-clicking the control only gives you the option to access properties, but does not directly open the properties panel. Therefore, the correct method is to click the control once and access the properties through the Properties panel.

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  • 15. 

    Multiple Choice What does the Fill field let you adjust on a control?

    • A.

      The color of the control

    • B.

      The style of the control

    • C.

      The parent component of the control

    Correct Answer
    A. The color of the control
    Explanation
    The Fill field allows you to adjust the color of the control. This means that you can change the background color or fill color of the control to customize its appearance.

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  • 16. 

    Check Boxes Select some possible Styles of a control. Check all that apply.

    • A.

      Fader

    • B.

      Knob

    • C.

      Button

    • D.

      Indicator

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Fader
    B. Knob
    C. Button
    Explanation
    The question asks for possible styles of a control, and the options given are Fader, Knob, Button, and Indicator. In the context of controls, a Fader is a type of control that allows users to adjust a value by sliding a lever up or down. A Knob is a control that can be rotated to adjust a value. A Button is a control that can be pressed to trigger an action. An Indicator is a control that displays a visual representation of a value or status. Therefore, Fader, Knob, and Button are all possible styles of a control.

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  • 17. 

    Check Boxes  If you wish a control to display a status but not allow the user to adjust that status, which styles of controls might you wish to use? Check all that apply.

    • A.

      Meter

    • B.

      LED

    • C.

      Knob

    • D.

      Fader

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Meter
    B. LED
    Explanation
    If you wish to display a status but not allow the user to adjust it, you would want to use the Meter and LED styles of controls. The Meter control is used to visually represent a value within a specified range, such as a progress bar, and the user cannot directly interact with it. The LED control is used to indicate a binary state, such as on/off, and the user cannot change its status. Therefore, both Meter and LED controls are suitable for displaying a status without allowing user adjustments.

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  • 18. 

    Check Boxes What customizable fields does a Button have that other styles do not have?

    • A.

      Margin

    • B.

      Corner Radius

    • C.

      Tension

    • D.

      Depth

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Margin
    B. Corner Radius
    Explanation
    Buttons have the ability to customize their margin and corner radius, which allows for more flexibility in their positioning and appearance compared to other styles. Margin refers to the space around the button, which can be adjusted to create spacing between other elements. Corner radius determines the roundness of the button's corners, allowing for a more visually appealing design. Tension and depth are not customizable fields specific to buttons.

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  • 19. 

    True/False If you make a copy of a control and change its style, it will no longer maintain its functionality to its parent component.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    When you make a copy of a control and change its style, it will still maintain its functionality to its parent component. The functionality of a control is determined by its underlying code and logic, not by its style. Changing the style of a control will only affect its appearance, not its functionality. Therefore, the statement is false.

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  • 20. 

    Multiple Choice How can you transfer the properties of one control to another?

    • A.

      Drag the desired control over the target control, hold the Control key, and release the mouse button.

    • B.

      Press Control+C on the desired control, select the target control, and press Control+V.

    Correct Answer
    A. Drag the desired control over the target control, hold the Control key, and release the mouse button.
    Explanation
    To transfer the properties of one control to another, you can drag the desired control over the target control, hold the Control key, and release the mouse button. This action allows you to copy the properties of the first control and apply them to the second control.

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  • 21. 

    True/False If you wish to transfer only the visual appearance of one control to another, select “Transfer Control ID” instead of “Transfer Control Style.”

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    To transfer only the visual appearance of one control to another, you should select "Transfer Control Style" instead of "Transfer Control ID." This means that the statement "If you wish to transfer only the visual appearance of one control to another, select 'Transfer Control ID' instead of 'Transfer Control Style'" is incorrect.

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  • 22. 

    Multiple Choice  Which Graphic Tool would you use to create your own control?

    • A.

      Polygon Tool

    • B.

      Group Box Tool

    • C.

      Custom Shape Tool

    • D.

      New Control Tool

    Correct Answer
    A. Polygon Tool
    Explanation
    The Polygon Tool would be the correct choice to create your own control because it allows you to create custom shapes with multiple sides and angles. This tool provides the flexibility to design unique controls that can be tailored to specific needs and requirements. By using the Polygon Tool, you can easily create and customize controls that are not available in the standard set of graphic tools.

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  • 23. 

    Multiple Choice What would you do with your custom controls so that the end user can access them?

    • A.

      Copy to a User Control Interface Page

    • B.

      Copy to a New Schematic Page

    • C.

      Export to an XML File

    • D.

      Drag into the Named Controls panel

    Correct Answer
    A. Copy to a User Control Interface Page
    Explanation
    To make the custom controls accessible to the end user, you would need to copy them to a User Control Interface Page. This would allow the end user to easily access and interact with the custom controls.

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  • 24. 

    Multiple Choice How many duplicate copies of a control can you create in your Schematic?

    • A.

      As many as you want

    • B.

      Six

    • C.

      One

    • D.

      You cannot copy controls into the Schematic.

    Correct Answer
    A. As many as you want
    Explanation
    In the Schematic, you have the ability to create as many duplicate copies of a control as you want. This means that you can easily replicate controls and use them multiple times within your Schematic design. This flexibility allows for efficient and convenient design customization.

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  • 25. 

    MULTIPLE CHOICE What does UCI stand for?

    • A.

      User Control Interface

    • B.

      User Controlled Interaction

    • C.

      User Configured Interface

    • D.

      User Computer Identification

    Correct Answer
    A. User Control Interface
    Explanation
    UCI stands for User Control Interface. This refers to a system or software interface that allows the user to interact and control the functions and features of a device or application. It provides a means for the user to input commands, navigate menus, and manipulate settings according to their preferences and requirements. The term "User Control Interface" accurately describes the purpose and functionality of this type of interface.

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  • 26. 

    CHECK ALL THAT APPLY What types of devices are capable of displaying a UCI?

    • A.

      QSC Touchscreen Controller

    • B.

      IPhone

    • C.

      IPad

    • D.

      Desktop running UCI Viewer software

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. QSC Touchscreen Controller
    B. IPhone
    C. IPad
    D. Desktop running UCI Viewer software
    Explanation
    The QSC Touchscreen Controller, iPhone, iPad, and a desktop running UCI Viewer software are all capable of displaying a UCI.

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  • 27. 

    MULTIPLE CHOICE What is the name of the basic UCI that is a part of every design?

    • A.

      Inventory Status

    • B.

      Default Location

    • C.

      Front of House

    • D.

      Status Indicators

    Correct Answer
    A. Inventory Status
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Inventory Status" because it is stated that it is the name of the basic UCI that is a part of every design. This suggests that the Inventory Status is a fundamental component that is present in all designs.

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  • 28. 

    MULTIPLE CHOICE What can be found in the default UCI that is a part of every design?

    • A.

      The status indicators for the items in the design’s Inventory

    • B.

      The components found on the first Schematic page

    Correct Answer
    A. The status indicators for the items in the design’s Inventory
    Explanation
    In the default UCI (User Configuration Interface), the status indicators for the items in the design's inventory can be found. These indicators provide information about the current status of each item, such as whether it is available, out of stock, or on order. This allows users to easily track and manage the inventory of their design.

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  • 29. 

    MULTIPLE CHOICE How can you create a new customizable UCI?

    • A.

      Select the Plus icon in the UCI section of the Left-Side Pane

    • B.

      Right click on an existing UCI and select “New UCI”

    Correct Answer
    A. Select the Plus icon in the UCI section of the Left-Side Pane
    Explanation
    To create a new customizable UCI, you need to select the Plus icon in the UCI section of the Left-Side Pane. This action will allow you to add a new UCI and customize it according to your requirements.

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  • 30. 

    MULTIPLE CHOICE What happens if you change a UCI’s Private field to Yes?

    • A.

      The UCI can only be viewed by a QSC Touchscreen controller.

    • B.

      The UCI requires a User Logon before it can be accessed.

    • C.

      The UCI will auto-hide to the bottom of the screen when it is not in use.

    Correct Answer
    A. The UCI can only be viewed by a QSC Touchscreen controller.
    Explanation
    Changing a UCI's Private field to Yes means that the UCI (User Control Interface) can only be viewed by a QSC Touchscreen controller. This setting restricts access to the UCI and ensures that only authorized users with the QSC Touchscreen controller can view and interact with it.

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  • 31. 

    MULTIPLE CHOICE What UCI Panel Type would require you to specify a Horizontal and Vertical Resolution?

    • A.

      Custom

    • B.

      Generic

    • C.

      TSC-8

    • D.

      IPad

    Correct Answer
    A. Custom
    Explanation
    The UCI Panel Type that would require you to specify a Horizontal and Vertical Resolution is the Custom panel type. This panel type allows for customization and requires the user to input the desired horizontal and vertical resolution values. The other panel types mentioned, Generic, TSC-8, and iPad, do not require the specification of resolution and likely have predetermined resolution settings.

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  • 32. 

    CHECK ALL THAT APPLY Which features can you individually customize for each Page of a custom UCI?

    • A.

      Title

    • B.

      Fill Color

    • C.

      Panel Type

    • D.

      Orientation

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Title
    B. Fill Color
    Explanation
    For each Page of a custom UCI, you can individually customize the Title and Fill Color. The Title refers to the name or label given to the page, while the Fill Color allows you to choose a specific color scheme or background color for that particular page. The other options mentioned, Panel Type and Orientation, are not features that can be customized for each page individually in a custom UCI.

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  • 33. 

    TRUE OR FALSE If you create buttons to navigate between different Pages of a UCI, the labels of those buttons will automatically update themselves if you change the names of your Pages.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    The labels of the buttons will not automatically update themselves if you change the names of your Pages in a UCI. This means that if you create buttons to navigate between different Pages and then change the names of those Pages, you will need to manually update the labels of the buttons to reflect the new names.

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  • 34. 

    TRUE OR FALSE If you move a control into a UCI, you will no longer be able to access it in the Schematic.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    Moving a control into a UCI (User Control Interface) does not mean that you will no longer be able to access it in the Schematic. In fact, moving a control into a UCI allows you to access and interact with it within the UCI itself, but it does not restrict your access to it in the Schematic. The control can still be accessed and modified in the Schematic as needed.

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  • 35. 

    Multiple Choice:Which controls will a Global Snapshot memorize?

    • A.

      Every control in the entire design

    • B.

      Every control on the same Schematic Page as the Snapshot Bank

    • C.

      Only the controls that have been dragged into the Snapshot Bank

    Correct Answer
    A. Every control in the entire design
    Explanation
    A Global Snapshot will memorize every control in the entire design. This means that it will save and remember the state of all controls, regardless of their location or whether they have been specifically added to the Snapshot Bank. This allows for a comprehensive and complete snapshot of the entire design, ensuring that all controls are included and their settings are preserved.

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  • 36. 

    Fill in the Blank:How many Snapshots can be saved in a single Snapshot bank?

    Correct Answer
    24, TWENTYFOUR, TWENTY-FOUR, TWENTYFOUR, Twenty-Four, Twenty Four, TwentyFour, Twenty four, Twenty-four, Twentyfour, twenty-four, twentyfour, twenty four
    Explanation
    There can be a maximum of 24 snapshots saved in a single Snapshot bank.

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  • 37. 

    Check ALL that Apply: Check which of the following statements are true regarding the Snapshot Bank in the image.

    • A.

      There is nothing saved in Snapshot 4.

    • B.

      Snapshot 2 and Snapshot 3 contain the same information.

    • C.

      Snapshot 3 is currently loaded.

    • D.

      Snapshot 2 is currently loaded.

    • E.

      Snapshot 1 is currently loaded.

    • F.

      Snapshot 4 is currently loaded.

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. There is nothing saved in Snapshot 4.
    B. Snapshot 2 and Snapshot 3 contain the same information.
    C. Snapshot 3 is currently loaded.
    D. Snapshot 2 is currently loaded.
    Explanation
    Based on the given information, we can conclude that Snapshot 4 is empty because it is stated that "There is nothing saved in Snapshot 4." Additionally, it is mentioned that Snapshot 2 and Snapshot 3 contain the same information, indicating that they have identical contents. Furthermore, it is stated that Snapshot 3 is currently loaded, implying that it is the active snapshot. Lastly, it is mentioned that Snapshot 2 is currently loaded, indicating that it is also being used. There is no information provided about the current status of Snapshot 1, so we cannot determine if it is loaded or not.

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  • 38. 

    Multiple Choice:How do you remove a component or control from a User-Defined Snapshot Bank?

    • A.

      Select the control or component icon in the Snapshot panel and press Delete.

    • B.

      You cannot remove a control or component from a Bank once it has been assigned to it.

    • C.

      Open the Snapshot Bank’s control panel and remove the control or component from it.

    Correct Answer
    A. Select the control or component icon in the Snapshot panel and press Delete.
    Explanation
    To remove a component or control from a User-Defined Snapshot Bank, the correct answer is to select the control or component icon in the Snapshot panel and press Delete. This action will delete the selected control or component from the Snapshot Bank.

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  • 39. 

    Multiple Choice:Which of the following statements best describes Scene Mode?

    • A.

      The Snapshot Bank will automatically save the Snapshot you are in when you load a new Snapshot.

    • B.

      The Snapshot will highlight the controls that have changed when you load a new Snapshot.

    • C.

      The Snapshots in the Bank will load sequentially based on your specified Ramp Time.

    Correct Answer
    A. The Snapshot Bank will automatically save the Snapshot you are in when you load a new Snapshot.
    Explanation
    Scene Mode in this context refers to a feature that automatically saves the current Snapshot when a new Snapshot is loaded. This means that any changes made to the current Snapshot will be saved before switching to a new one. This feature ensures that any modifications or adjustments made in the current Snapshot are not lost when switching to a different one.

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  • 40. 

    True or False:Once a control is part of one Snapshot Bank, it cannot be added to another Snapshot Bank.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    The statement "Once a control is part of one Snapshot Bank, it cannot be added to another Snapshot Bank" is false. Controls can be added to multiple Snapshot Banks. Snapshot Banks are used to store different versions or configurations of controls, and a control can be included in multiple banks to represent its different states or variations. This allows for flexibility and customization in managing controls within different Snapshot Banks.

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  • 41. 

    Multiple ChoiceHow do you bring a control that is in a component’s control panel into the Schematic workspace?

    • A.

      Click and hold the control and drag it into the Schematic

    • B.

      Click the control and press the Spacebar to undock it from the control panel

    • C.

      Go to the Control Pins panel in the Right-Side Pane and check the box of the control you would like to gain access to

    Correct Answer
    A. Click and hold the control and drag it into the Schematic
    Explanation
    To bring a control that is in a component's control panel into the Schematic workspace, you need to click and hold the control and then drag it into the Schematic. This action allows you to move the control from the control panel to the Schematic workspace for further use and manipulation.

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  • 42. 

    Multiple ChoiceIf you wish a control to simply toggle its target between 0 and 100%, what would be the most effective style to choose?

    • A.

      Button

    • B.

      Knob

    • C.

      LED

    Correct Answer
    A. Button
    Explanation
    A button would be the most effective style to choose if you wish a control to simply toggle its target between 0 and 100%. Buttons are commonly used for on/off or toggle actions, and they allow the user to easily switch between two states. In this case, pressing the button would toggle the target between 0% and 100%. Knobs and LEDs are not suitable for this purpose as they do not provide a clear and direct toggle functionality.

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