CueData CueData:GetCueForChannel(channel, sequenceID, cueNumber, part)

channel is a string, though an integer will work
sequenceID is a string
_ cueNumber is a string_
part is a string
Returns a CueData object

This function will return a CueData class for the specified channel and cue from the console cue data in the Moving Light Assistant document. Note that EOS consoles refer to sequences as cue lists.

It will return nil if there is an error or no data exists for the specified channel/cue. It is worth checking for this situation.


channelCue = CueData:GetCueForChannel(701, "(1) Main", "30", "0")

This will return a CueData object in the channelCue variable for channel 701, sequence (1) Main, cue 30, part 0.
Note that the sequence ID can be found by looking at the cue list names in the Cue List view. EOS cue list identifiers are typically just a number.

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