The DBM settings are accessed via the Programs menu.
Settings Tab: Local
This parameter can only be changed on stand-alone workstations or when the specific right has been granted by the system. The entries are also available for the audio files which are recorded by this workstation. The station name can be either the predefined Windows station name or a special DigaSystem® station name.
The user can here specify an auto login name to be used the next time DigaSystem® on this workstation is used. Again this can either be the predefined Windows login name or a special DigaSystem® login name with password. A DigaSystem user needs the "Autologin" right.
Lets you select a font with properties.
The audio functions available to the user are defined here.
Initialize recorder on activation
These settings will only be applied after the next program start.
Settings Tab: View
Personal selection buttons first
Maximize on activation
Remember window position above programs
Automatic reset special selection
Show all tables
Language of the user interface
|Initial table group||Defines which table group is displayed at DBM startup.|
Defines which table is displayed at DBM startup
Maximum number of lines
Indent by pixel
Set background color
|Zoom Factors||Select larger fonts for the tables grid and for entry grids. Fonts can be enlarged to 110%, 125%, 150%, or 200% of their standard size.|
Settings Tab: Search Options
Columns for text search
Enables the appropriate columns to be included in the text search. C.f. Text search in Finding Entries
Searches for the exact name entered.
Settings Tab: Columns
Which columns to be shown within the table list.
Which columns to be shown within the entry list.
Do not load, do not save
Load, but do not save changes
Load and save changes
Fixed when columns are prescribed
Entry line spacing
Only if Thumbnail column is shown
Settings Tab: Colors
Entry colors depending on file state
The state of an entry is shown by the entry color; in this dialog the meaning of the entry font color can be defined.
Settings Tab: Key-Shortcuts
This page has a separate description page: Defining Keyboard Shortcuts
Settings Tab: Surround
Automatic completion of file extensions: relevant for the "Import MCA file" function. If activated the here listed file names will be automatically assigned to the corresponding channels when creating a surround file. This means, when loading one file in a directory via the "Import MCA File" function, the other browsing fields will be completed according to these settings.
Settings Tab: Ember+
This tab is only shown, if you have specified a DLL for Ember+ support in parameter DBM|MultiRec|EmberPlusDll. Usually, this will be TIOEmberPlus.DLL, which handles the Ember+ communication with the external device, and is also used as a configuration tool.
|Open the configuration dialog of the TIOEmberPlus.dll. For details, refer to the TIOEmberPlus.dll Technical Manual.|
|Line / Command grid|
|Add line||Add an additional line|
|Change line||Change the number of the selected line|
|Remove line||Remove the selected line|
|Line for Start/Stop commands|
The Ember+ protocol supports explicit "Start" and "Stop" commands on a specific line, distinct from fader movements. With "Line for Start/Stop commands", you can define the number of the line, whose "Start"/"Stop" commands are recognizes by DBM. Setting this to -1 disables the feature.
When you close the Settings Dialog with "OK", the connection to the console will be established and the configuration transmitted. If this fails for any reason (e.g. the device is not responding), you will get an error message with some technical details about the failure.
The settings are stored in the parameters DBM|MultiRec|EmberPlusConfiguration, DBM|MultiRec|EmberPlusActions and DBM|MultiRec|EmberPlusStartStopControlLine. You shouldn't try to manually change the EmberPlusConfiguration parameter with the DigaSystem Admin, but you can always use the DBM's Settings Dialog again to change any aspect of the configuration. You can also use DigaSystem Admin to copy a configuration to the settings of other workstations, which are equipped with an identical external console.