Command presets can only be asserted. They cannot be undone. The only way to undo a Command preset is to create another Command preset that contains the opposite values. For example, if you create a Command preset that mutes the audio in a specific zone, you would likely want to create a preset that un-mutes the audio in that zone. You would then expose both presets to the end user, giving them the ability to both mute and un-mute the audio.
note: To avoid having to create pairs of presets, consider using Toggle and Selector presets.
Customize the preset name. This step is optional but recommended. Naming presets as you create them helps tremendously when working with multiple presets. To edit the name, click the text symbol next to your new listed preset, and then type the name you want in the edit box that appears. Press the Enter key or click the X on the text edit box to close the box and save the name. To cancel, press the Esc key.
tip: You can add multiple blocks to a preset all at once. To do so, select multiple blocks by clicking and dragging your cursor over all the blocks you want or by pressing the Shift key as you click on each of the blocks you want. Then click and drag the preset bar of any selected block and drop it on the preset drop target. All blocks in the selected group are added to the preset.
note: To quickly create an exact copy of a preset use the Duplicate button in the All Presets dialog box.