45: Channel settings conflict in sequence/intensity file
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Message Number: 45
Summary: Channel settings conflict in sequence/intensity file
Details #1: The sequence having the channel setting conflict
Details #2: The name of the track containing the channel having the settings conflict
Details #3: The name of the channel having the settings conflict
Details #4: The name of the intensity file having the channel settings conflict
Details #5: The range of addresses in the intensity file having the channel settings conflict
One of your sequences has a conflict between a channel defined in the sequence itself and an address defined in an intensity file associated with the sequence. For example, perhaps the sequence contains a channel which is set up to control Light-O-Rama unit 25 circuit 3 on the Regular LOR network, and the associated intensity file has a range of controlled addresses that includes that circuit - for example, perhaps the intensity file controls circuits 1 through 7 on unit 25 on the Regular Light-O-Rama network. In such cases, both the channel and the intensity file will simultaneously attempt to control the same physical circuit, and the resulting behavior of the lights is unlikely to be what you want or would expect.
To resolve this issue, change the channel and/or address range so that they no longer conflict with each other. Exactly how to do this depends upon the situation - for example, perhaps the conflict is due to a typo made in the channel's settings (perhaps its unit number is incorrect), in which case change the channel's settings. Or perhaps the issue should be resolved by changing the address range in the intensity file, or by deleting either the channel or the address range.