Just made a new test with "Monitors using separate space" and it is working good (see the pictures). I could use 3 stages with three different screen (2 Monitors and a projector connected to the Apple TV)+ the screen of my MacBook and the films were running on the 3 screens.
He tells me that they closed Isadora by mistake a few times during the show. I haven't seen the patch yet, once I see it I'll see what I can do to avoid it.
Sounds like they are probably using the Ctrl key as a modifier key. Just have them switch their modifier key to shift, alt, or option. Either that or buy a cheap keyboard and pop off the Q key/tape cardboard or a bottlecap over the Q key.
1. convert from a port on your mac to the connection on the beamer?
2. Extend the signal from your mac to the beamer?
3. Possibly decode a signal from an extension system to the beamer?
The issue you report (unavailble resolutions) sounds like part of your chain is not able to handle the bandwidth you are transmitting over a the cable/convertor setup you are using. Can you test the directly plugged in port and cable/convertor chain piece by piece with different convertors and cabling (the ones you know work)?
@merni As an extra tip, when you make the test pattern make it so it is cropped to the same aspect ratio of your blended screen. This makes it easier to know if you are warping the image. So if your screen (made of 4 blended beamers) is 4m * 6m make sure your test pattern is cropped to a ratio of 4:6 (eg 2000 pixels by 3000 pixels). Then you can line up the outer corners and edges of all the beamers and pull the inner corners in to match and blend.
If there are any features on your projection surface - door edges, holes, ridges etc it can be useful to mark them on the line up pattern too, as long as you measure them exactly and put them in the right place on the line up - it can make your line up faster and more accurate as you can quickly put the corners in the right place and drag the features to match.
Having perfect squares in your test pattern is very useful, you can measure projected squares with a tape measure and see if they are actually square.
I did go into the java script and change the style of cursor as you kindly pointed out to me.
What I'd also like to do is alter the time between the PreText displaying and the TypeWriterText commencing - currently the TypeWriterText commences immediately as the scene is entered, I'd like to put a delay on this, preferably triggered by the video operator. Is this possible? If so, do I alter some of the java script? Please could you tell me which line of java script I need to make an alteration.