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Built-In Controls

Last Updated: May 03, 2016 10:40 pm

The built-in sport controls are the perfect companion if want to have a secure control layout, that is not bound to a local network, or if you don't have an iOS device. This type of control triggers all actions directly within your application and makes sure that no wireless interference prevent you from using your scoreboard.
Our built-in controls can be operated alone or in combination with your iOS Remote Controls.

  1. The Sport Control
  2. Control your Scoreboard
  3. Keyboard Input



The Sport Control

The sport controls can be found in the View menu item and are integrated as Dock Panels.
You can drag and position them wherever you want to. Yes, even on a second screen!

Each sport has its very own and unique control layout.
All of these layouts are automatically filled with new data when available.
So if one of your team members changes any of the fields, you will see it immediately.



Control your Scoreboard

All sports differ, and so do the Sport Controls. But the main workflow is always the same!

Use the Start Game and Stop Game buttons to either start the game and enable the buttons in your local sport control and in your apps, or stop the game and prevent all members of your team to make further changes when the game is already over.

After stopping your game, press the Reset Game button in Live Score when you want to prepare your scoreboard for a second match.





Keyboard Input

With Live Score 1.6.6 and above it's possible to use your keyboard to operate your scoreboard.
This is included in the Built-In Sports Control panel.
Turn on Keyboard Input in the Main Menu -> Input -> Keyboard Input, and click somewhere in the sports control panel.
The key mappings can be toggled when pressing TAB on your keyboard.

Read more about keyboard input here.




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