Hi This is an after the show is over question but I thought I would like to know the answer question for future reference. I did a school show last year and they had a Fat Frog, a board which I hadn't used before. The question is about programming cues. We landed up plotting during a full rehearsal, as you do at schools. The problem was once a cue was saved it seemed to completely take over the board. If I wanted to change only one light I couldn't. In the end to get around it we had to save the cue then run a blackout cue then we could enter new lights. What was I doing wrong? A teacher who had done lighting there before said they had the same thing. I am use to the strand boards where after saving a cue you can alter any light setting you want. At this point the cue isn't live but you know it will look the same as what you had up when you recorded it. Was I doing something wrong or is this just how Fat Frogs work. Thanks for the help.