The 'Modules & Palettes' tab can an be found and enabled within Settings > Modules & Palettes.
The modules section allows for optional modules to be enabled and disabled as required. When transfering workspaces between devices, Ctrl will attempt to enable optional modules, where required. Workspaces that contain disabled modules will display 'Module Disabled'.
|Buttons||Buttons that allow control with single or multiple touches|
|Sliders||Sliders that allow control with a variable value|
|Steppers||Steppers that allow control with a set of values|
|Crossfaders||Crossfade that allow control with a variable value from a central point|
|Position||Controls that provide dimensional or axis parameters|
|Audio||Controls that provide audio playback and control|
|Video||Controls that provide video playback and control|
|Special Buttons||Buttons with special parameters or activation types|
|Globals||Global control of system parameters and special types|
|Interface||Interface controls allow navigation and interaction with the interface and workspace|
|Descriptors||Descriptors allow for information to be added your workspace|
|Network Tools||Useful modules for viewing and testing network connected devices|
|Spotify||Control Spotify playback, playlists and volume. Spotify Premium required|
|ENTTEC||Control ENTTEC's ELM software with dedicated modules|
|MADRIX||Control MADRIX software with dedicated modules|
Palettes are made up on 14 themes which define a background colour, border colour and font colour
Ctrl for iPad comes with a standard set of palettes which provide a three colour sets. Additional colour palettes can be created using the in app builder or imported from other devices.
Palette files use the
.cpl file extension, older
.palette file have been deprecated as of version 2.0.0.
For more on custom colour palettes, see Modules & Palettes