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Request for a Day/Night color scheme for outdoor shows [Now available in 2.0]

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asked Dec 2, 2015 in StudioLive Series Feature Requests by Dale Christenson (4,160 points)
edited Mar 23, 2017 by stingray1122
Seeing the iPad or iPhone is very difficult in direct sunlight.

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answered Apr 12, 2017 by AlexTinsley (917,450 points)
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answered Dec 2, 2015 by stingray1122 (7,720 points)

Thank you for your request. We'll be using the voting system on these requests to help us prioritize new feature for upcoming releases.

Ray Tantzen, Senior Product Manager - PreSonus

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answered Dec 10, 2015 by pattalbot (710 points)
Hey Dale...agree that the ability to assign colors for daylight would be a great add.  Cyan seems to be pretty visible in the sun.  For now, I use that accessibility features on the iPad display and invert the colors by quick pressing the home button 3 times.  I also enable 'Reduce Transparency' and 'Darken Colors' under Accessibility in the Settings panel on the iPad.  Same can be done for the iPhone.  Not optimal, but much better than the black screen on a bright sunny day.
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answered Dec 15, 2015 by Dale Christenson (4,160 points)
Yes, Pat. I do that now. But the funky way the iPad inverts the colors is not a fantastic solution. That's why I asked for "day" and "Night" color schemes. Something that could be changed would also be nice.
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answered Feb 10, 2017 by eric lane (1,050 points)
2 years and they still haven't improved the most requested feature....
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answered Mar 23, 2017 by stingray1122 (7,720 points)
This is now available in UC SUrface 2.0