Very glad you are now up and running. Pretty amazing, isn't it. As to your suggestion, much head scratching has gone on in how best to explain the way the virtual cables are used in this particular context. The program does reci3eve signals from the music app indirectly, i.e. they are sent by the app, and intercepted by the program on the way back to the control surface. Maybe your suggestion might clarify this point, just as I've got used to the other way of doing it. In the short term, changing the button to be labelled so that the word Setup comes first may be less confusing. Best, David. -----Original Message----- From: visurfacereader-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:visurfacereader-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Peter Bosher Sent: 28 June 2012 12:17 To: visurfacereader@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [visurfacereader] Display MIDI setup Hi All, This is a tentative suggestion for a change to the add-surface dialogue. I was confused by the button called "Display MIDI setup". I first thought that it meant "show MIDI set-up", which seems like an easy mistake that might cause confusion to others. I think I now understand that it actually means set up MIDI for the surface display. The distinction between hardware setup and display setup is not very clear. My solution would be this: instead of having two buttons, put the set-up process in a single dialogue with four selections, which, if I've understood this right, I'd call: 1. Output from Control Surface 2. input to Surface Reader 3. from SR to Music app. 4. From music app back to Control surface. This might also help clarify the circuit. I may have this all wrong, as it isn't clear to me whether SR can take output from the music app as well as from the surface. If my circuit is right, then it can't, but is it? and the names might be improved, but what do you think? Best, Peter -- ******* Peter Bosher, Email: peter@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx http://www.soundlinks.com/ Tel': (+44) (0) 1494 794 797 Fax: (+44) (0) 1494 583 146 snail:// SoundLinks Limited, 43 Broadlands Avenue, Chesham, Bucks. HP5 1AL England.