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Use the following Process Tree controls to manipulate nodes in the schematic.
(a) Bypass box (b) Au (Audio) Context button (c) Selection Mode box
- Undo and Redo buttons
Undoes or repeats the last action performed whether in the schematic or in a module. You set the number of undo levels in the Setup menu.
- Bypass button
- Bypass box
- Set Context button
- Audio Context button
- Update button
Forces an update of nodes that might not have processed the current frame.
- Group button
Creates a group with sets of nodes, branches, or process trees. See Grouping Nodes
- Copy button
- Delete button
- Selection Mode box
Displays options for the parts of the process tree that you can select. See Selecting Nodes
- Reset button
Resets a node, a branch of nodes, or an entire process tree according to what is selected in the Selection Mode box.
When you reset an Action or a Keyer node, the undo list is cleared. When an Action or a Keyer node is part of a branch in a process tree, you may accidentally clear the undo list when you reset these or other nodes. To prevent the accidental clearing of the undo list when you reset any of these nodes, a warning appears and you are prompted to confirm. For example, when you click Reset to reset a Colour Warper node that is parenting a Keyer node, you must confirm.