Is it possible to mirror a physical devices display in Ctrlr?

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    I have a effects unit that has a two line display. The midi documentation for the unit has the sysex info for sending the contents of the display via midi. Is there a component in Ctrlr that could receive the sysex stream and display it as if you were looking at the physical unit? Has this been done before?

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    If you ask if there is some kind of prefab component for this the answer is no. As every device of every manufacturer has different sysex implementation this would be impossible to do.

    Wit Lua scripting it probably wouldn’t be too much work. If I remember well the panel for the Eventide Orville does this – showing the content of the devices display.

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    I tried looking at that Orville panel but it doesnt load

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    I had a try on the orville panel and yes, it does not load. It probably wouldn’t have helped you a lot as the Orville’s sysex is completely different to your device’s sysex for sure.

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    I wasn’t expecting to use its sysex i just hoped to see what approch was used and build off that. bummer

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