Toggle function resets upon another pedal push

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Vincent
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Toggle function resets upon another pedal push

I am having the issue that Adrienb was having.

https://www.logicprohelp.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=53234

The fix:

You will need to un-program the second CNT (2) value from the switch so that it will output only one value. Once that is done, the LAYOUT > TYPE value can be set to something like Alternating Value. The link provided by Backslash will allow you to do this painlessly. Otherwise, a long explanation will be needed.

I downloaded the software (for windows), the setup couldn't have been easier, but I cannot find the LAYOUT > TYPE or even any mention of 'Alternating Value' in the software manual.

I also found this:https://mountainutilities.eu/forums/button-toggle-note-messages-2-veloci... in this forum. It mentions 'Mode = Toggle On'. I couldn't find that either.

Thanks.

 

Mark van den Berg
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I downloaded the software (for windows), the setup couldn't have been easier, but I cannot find the LAYOUT > TYPE or even any mention of 'Alternating Value' in the software manual.

I assume that by "the software (for windows)" and "the software manual" you mean FCB1010 Manager and its manual.
However, the forum topic at logicprohelp.com that you mention isn't about FCB1010 Manager; so it's little wonder that you can't find "LAYOUT > TYPE" or "Alternating Value" in FCB1010 Manager or its manual. I have no idea what these terms refer to: they must relate to one of the applications (Mainstage?) mentioned in that topic.

I also found this:https://mountainutilities.eu/forums/button-toggle-note-messages-2-veloci... in this forum. It mentions 'Mode = Toggle On'. I couldn't find that either.

That topic is not in "this" (FCB1010) forum, but in the B-Control forum, and concerns the BCF2000 and BC Manager.
So it's natural that you couldn't find "Mode = Toggle On" in FCB1010 Manager or its manual either.
(My apologies for the primitive Search facility of this website: it doesn't tell you in which forums the found topics containing your search term occur, which can sometimes lead to confusion.)

Hope this helps,
   Mark.