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Preset Example

Command Preset

A Command preset can only be turned on (asserted). Unlike Toggle and Selector presets, it cannot be turned off. Once a Command preset is asserted, the only way to overwrite its parameter values in the system is to assert or activate another preset. Therefore, a common practice when using Command presets is to create them in pairs—one preset containing the specific settings you need and another preset with opposite settings. Of course, if you want to return to the system default settings, you can simply assert the Baseline preset over the currently active Command preset. For more details on Command presets, see About Presets.

Example Scenario
Creating the Preset
Testing the Preset

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