Stepping through Cues
Normally we would step forward through a list of cues; one after the other. This is pretty easy, simply press the [GO] or [Play] button. In the EOS software this can be found in the Virtual Keyboard.
As you can see, the [Play] button can also be used by pressing the Spacebar on your computer keyboard; however, if you press the Spacebar, it’s possible that it’s been disabled (which is intentional in order to prevent accidental presses of the Go button). You’ll be given the following warning.
Which also instructs you to press [Alt+G] to enable the Spacebar.
If you want to go backwards through the cue list, you can press the [Hold] or [Back] button, which is [Ctrl+Spacebar] on your computer keyboard. If you keep going backward, you’ll eventually move to Cue 0, which is the EOS Blackout cue, a blank slate, nothing.
Now you try going back and forth. Which is a little silly since you only have Cue 1 and Cue 2.
Next, go all the way to the end of your cue list, Cue 2. Sometimes we want to jump straight to a cue, without having to step through the entire list. To do this we can use the [Go To Cue] button or [Ctrl+G] on your computer keyboard. Unlike the [Play] and [Back] buttons, this is a command, so you’ll need to provide a cue number and then press enter. You’ll see this command in the command line.
You can also use this to technique to go to a Blackout when you’re finished using the light board. For this, type [Go To Cue]  [Enter]. This will send the light board into the Blackout cue and release any manual channels.