You can access these context menus from cables and connectors. They let you see, manipulate and monitor connections between devices. Note: When accessed from a cable, this menu also incorporates the items from the desktop context menu.

Cable and connector
Figure 6.3.2.5: The cable and connector context menus.

  • Scroll to input: This menu item is exclusive of cables and output connectors. It pans the desktop view to the input connector receiving the signal from the cable or output connector you access this menu item from.
  • Scroll to output: This menu item is exclusive of cables and input connectors. It pans the desktop view to the output connector feeding the signal to the cable or input connector you access this menu item from.
  • Connect ►: This menu item is exclusive of connectors. It creates a cable between the connector you access this menu item from and a connector you choose from a sub-menu. Choose a device from the first sub-menu, then the appropriate connector form the second sub-menu. Already connected connectors have a check mark next to their name. If you choose one of them, the new connection replaces the old one.
  • Disconnect: This menu item is exclusive of cables and connected connectors. It removed the cable you access this menu item from, or the cable connected to the connector you access this menu item from.
  • Solo: This menu item is exclusive of connectors. It permanently activates or deactivates the cue function for the connector you access this menu item from. A soloed connector has a cue icon over it.

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