Trace

1. v - The act of Tracing something. Originally, using tracing paper laid over a drawing or pattern to make a copy. More often now days the use of an Overhead projector, video projector, or Opaque projector to transfer a drawing from paper onto a final media i.e. a drop, a flat etc.

2. To determine the location and terminations of a wire, as with a "fox and hound" circuit tracer.


3. A feature, I believe exclusive to the ETC Eos/Ion, for editing multiple cues, similar to "track."

avalentino;116430 said:
...Track versus trace. Track determines how changes should move FORWARD through the cue list. Track this change forward until you encounter a move instruction and stop. Trace determines how changes should move BACKWARD through the cue list. Trace this change back to the "source" of the move instruction. So, if you are in cue 5, adjust a light, realize it should be at that level through the whole scene... [Update] [Trace] [Enter]. The desk will look for the cue that was giving that light its current instruction and change the value there. The behavior moving forward through the cue list is based on track/cue only. ...

4. n - The copper conductors on a circuit board.

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