How to Use Show|Ready

The Show|Ready software is designed to assist with your musical production rehearsals as you prepare for your opening night. It integrates seamlessly with our performance tool, Stage|Tracks.

Before diving into this user manual, we recommend that you read this page first:


1. Managing Your Show|Ready License

After contacting the licensing company and purchasing your show license, Right on Cue Services (ROCS) will process your order, and you will receive the following email from licensing@rightoncueservices.com with your authorization codes.

Licensing Email

Once you have the codes, we recommend that you send the codes to the appropriate members of your production staff and cast:

  • Authorization Code ONLY
    • Allows your cast members to play the show on their Mac or Windows.
    • Send to your cast members (up to 100 users/devices).
  • Authorization Code & Admin Authorization Code
    • Allows your production staff the ability to play and edit the show on their Mac or Windows.
    • Send to your production staff (up to 5 total users/devices).
  • Mobile Password (for iOS devices only)
    • Allows your cast members to play the show on their iPhone or iPad.
    • Send to your cast members (up to 100 users/devices).

You will input these codes into the Show|Ready software to get access to your show.


Authorization codes might be confusing, so let’s explain how they work:

  • License
    • Your organization is granted one license per show. You obtain this license through the licensing company that owns the rights to the show you want to perform.
    • This license grants your organization permission to perform a live production of the show.
  • Authorization Code
    • This code grants play access to Show|Ready.
    • Directors should share this code with their cast members and production staff.
    • You can share this code with a total of 100 users/devices.
    • Anyone with this code can play the music unlimited times during your contract period (see the start and end date on your licensing email).
  • Admin Authorization Code
    • This code grants edit access to Show|Ready.
    • Directors should only share this code with their production staff.
    • You can share this code with a total of 5 users/devices.
    • Anyone with this code can play the music unlimited times during your contract period (see the start and end date on your licensing email).

If more authorizations are needed, please reply to your licensing email with your request, and Right on Cue Services (ROCS) will be happy to help.


We always recommend downloading the most recent version of Show|Ready.

To download the software for MacOS or Windows (desktop or laptop):

  • Go to our Downloads page for the most up-to-date software.

To download the app for your iOS device (iPad, iPhone):


The first time you launch Show|Ready on Mac or Windows, a pop-up window will appear asking you to agree to the Right on Cue Services (ROCS) software license agreement and input your authorization codes.

Using Your Authorization Codes

Next, paste your authorization codes to activate your show. Show|Ready will then download your show on Mac or Windows in preparation for editing and rehearsal.

To grant cast members play access, they will need to do the following:

  • In the Authorization Code field, paste the authorization code.
  • Click the Activate button, and your show will download.

To grant the director and production staff editor access, they will need to do the following:

  • In the Authorization Code field, paste the authorization code.
  • In the Admin Authorization Code field, paste the admin code.
  • Click the Activate Admin button, and your show will download.

When you open Show|Ready in Mac or Windows, a pop-up window will appear. This notice informs you that the software is used for rehearsal purposes only.

  • Optional- Select the checkbox “Do not show this notice again” if you don’t want to see this pop-up window the next time you open the Show|Ready software.
  • Click OK to close this pop-up window.

Code Expiration Reminder Email

As a courtesy, we have an automated email reminder that is sent one week before your authorization codes are set to expire. This email is designed to help you stay on top of your schedule and avoid any interruptions to your show production. We believe this reminder will provide you with greater peace of mind.

2. Navigating Show|Ready [icon name=”link” prefix=”fas”]

Below is the main window for Show|Ready. We will deep dive into each section below to learn more.


This section controls the playback of the selected song and allows you to navigate your show easily. While similar to a traditional audio player, be aware that some features differ.

By Transport allows you to navigate your show easily. When you use this, the Timeline Playhead (vertical cyan bar) will automatically move in the Timeline.

Timeline Playhead

Transport Buttons

Here is a list of all of the Transport buttons and what they do:

  • Previous Song – go to the previous song in the Song List.
  • Previous Marker – go to the previous marker in the Marker List.
  • Next Marker – go to the next marker in the Marker List.
  • Next Song – go to the next song in the Song List.
  • Stop – stop the music and return the Timeline Playhead to the beginning of the Timeline.
  • Play – play / resume the music in the Timeline.
  • Pause – pause the music at that point in the Timeline.
  • | Escape Event – a multi-use button that does the following:
    • 1. Resume playback after a Caesura.
    • 2. Skip to the end of a Fermata.
    • 3. Exit a Repeat earlier than the predetermined number of repeats.
    • 4. Exit a Vamp.
  • Main Window– default view when the software opens.
  • Score – opens the score view in the place of the main window.

Many of the buttons above have keyboard shortcuts to make it faster for you to navigate. To learn more, check out Keyboard Shortcuts.


This section shows the music score of the selected song. You can access it by clicking on the Score button in the Transport section. By default, all events in Show|Ready match exactly as listed in the Score.

Score Buttons

Here is a list of the Score buttons and what they do:

  • 1-up – show only one sheet of music.
  • 2-up – show two sheets of music side-by-side.
  • Actual Size – show the music sheet in actual size (typically zooms in).
  • Fit Width – fit the music sheet within the window (typically zooms out).
  • Prev – go to the previous page of music.
  • Next – go to the next page of music.

In the Score view, the music will automatically turn the pages for you as you play it. To utilize this function, click the Play button in the Transport.


This section contains several pieces of information about the selected song. It consists of the song number, song name, marker number, marker name, measure | beat, key, tempo, meter, transposition, tempo scale, repeats, and vamps (if applicable). By default, all events in Show|Ready match exactly as listed in the Score.

Go to Bar

Timeline Playhead

To use the Go to Bar function, you will do the following:

  • In the Song Info section, click the Measure | Beat numbers OR press the Tilde (~) key on your keyboard (above the Tab button on most keyboards).
  • A pop-up window will appear. Type the measure in the Enter a Bar Number text box.
  • Click Go OR press Enter on the keyboard.

By default, all events in Show|Ready match exactly as listed in the Score. However, when measures repeat in a song, those measures will be marked with an additional “r” (or “r2,” etc.) that represents “repeat,” allowing each measure in the software to have a unique name.

When you make changes to the transposition (key) or tempo scale, it’s reflected in the Song Info. It will also show markers, repeats, and vamps.

Score Defaults

After Edits


This section supports the rehearsal process by allowing cast members or the director to make temporary adjustments to the selected song’s transposition (key), tempo, or click volume.

Temporary Modification Buttons

Here is a list of the Temporary Modifications buttons and what they do:

  • Pre-Roll – play two bars of click before the playback of the song begins.
    • Click the checkbox to turn on/off.
  • Transpose – change the key of the song.
    • Click and drag left or right to change the key.
  • Tempo – change the speed of the song.
    • Click and drag left or right to change the speed.
  • Click Volume – change the volume of the click track.
    • Click and drag left or right to change the click track volume.

To reset the sliders to the default settings, you can do that in the following ways:

  1. Drag the slider to the center (listed as 0).
  2. For Mac, press option+click in the slider using your keyboard and mouse.
  3. For Windows, press the alt+click in the slider using your keyboard and mouse.

This section displays the name and number of each song. It includes information about the playback state. By default, all events in Show|Ready match exactly as listed in the Score (except for some possible punctuation differences because of the limitation of characters in file names).

The Selected Song indicates you have loaded it for playback, represented as a highlighted blue bar.

Selected Song

Playback State Symbols

Here is a list of the Playback State Symbols and what they do:

– automatically plays the next song (attacca).

– queues the next song, and you need to trigger the song to play it.

– song is skipped.


This section represents every event in the show in chronological order. By default, all events in Show|Ready match exactly as listed in the Score.

Timeline Zoom Buttons

Here are the Timeline Zoom buttons and what they do:

  • + allows you to zoom in
    • In the timeline, click the + button.
    • Press the Plus on your keyboard.
  • – allows you to zoom out
    • In the timeline, click the + button.
    • Press the Minus on your keyboard.

This section contains all the buttons a director will need to customize their show. Adding or modifying events is restricted to directors (or anyone with the Admin Authorization Code). When directors make changes using the Event Controls, they can save and send those changes to their production staff and cast members.

Event Controls

  • Caesura– adds a pause at a specific point of a song.
  • Click – changes the subdivision of the click track in a section of a song.
  • Cut – removes a section from a song.
  • Fermata – allows you to trigger a skip to the end of a section of a song.
  • Marker – adds a comment in the song for reference.
  • Repeat – defines a section of the timeline to repeat a fixed number of times.
  • Tempo Scale – changes the speed in a section of a song.
  • Transpose – changes the key in a section of a song.
  • Vamp – defines a section of the timeline to repeat indefinitely, until you trigger exiting the vamp.
  • Edit – modifies any existing event.
  • Delete – deletes any existing event.
  • Undo – removes the most recent event(s) added.
  • Redo – adds back the most recent event(s) added.

For more information on how to use these event controls, check out:


This section displays comments for the selected song. Each marker includes a number, name, and bar | beat location. By default, all events in Show|Ready match exactly as listed in the Score.

The marker list allows you to jump to that location in the song. To utilize this function, click on a specific marker within the list. Doing so will automatically move the Timeline Playhead (vertical cyan bar) to that location on the Timeline.

Timeline Playhead

To edit a marker, you will do the following:

  • In the Marker List, double-click the marker OR click the Edit button from the Event Controls.
  • In the pop-up window, type any changes in the text field.
  • Click Okay to save.

Editing a Marker


This section aids the rehearsal process by allowing cast members to mix their parts. The mixer contains instruments (piano, bass, drum kit) and character/ensemble parts (represented by MIDI instruments) for the current song. By default, all events in Show|Ready match exactly as listed in the Score.

The director or cast members can make changes to individual parts. To utilize this function, click the buttons, select from the drop-down menus, or drag the sliders left or right.

Here is a list of all of the Mixer buttons and what they do:

  • Un-mute Vocals – mutes / un-mutes ALL vocal parts for the selected song.
  • Reset – resets all parts to defaults.
    • For Mac, press the option+click to reset a specific slider.
    • For Windows, press the alt+click to reset a specific slider.
  • M – mutes / un-mutes selected part.
  • S – solos selected part.
  • Program – changes the MIDI instrument of the selected part.
  • Pan – slides the selected part to the left or right speakers.
  • Volume – changes the volume of the selected part.

This section displays a list of each event within the selected song. Each item has several pieces of data, including the color of how the event shows in the timeline, in bar, out bar, event type, and the number of repeats (if applicable). By default, all events in Show|Ready match exactly as listed in the Score.

Change Log Buttons

Here is a list of the Change Log buttons and what they do:

  • Send Changes (Recommended)
    • Uploads changes to the cloud (ROCS server) and sends them to your cast members and production staff’s instance of Show|Ready.
    • These changes will upload to Stage|Tracks.
    • Sending changes saves a backup to the cloud (ROCS server), providing peace of mind in case your device crashes.
  • Save Changes
    • Saves the changes to your local device without sending the changes to your cast members or production staff’s instance of Show|Ready.
    • These changes are NOT saved to the cloud (ROCS server) and will NOT upload to Stage|Tracks.
    • Saving changes means there is no backup if your device crashes. Any edits you have made to your show will be lost.

For more information on how to use the Change Log buttons, check out:

The change log also contains the version number. Every time changes are saved and sent to the cast, a new version number is generated automatically, starting with Version 0.0 and increases incrementally (for example, Version 0.1).

Version 0.0

Change Log Buttons

Version 0.1

3. General Edits in Show|Ready

Here is a list of keyboard shortcuts to help you quickly navigate or change existing events.

For easy reference, we have provided examples of the Mac and Windows keyboards with all the keys listed above.

Mac Keyboard

Windows Keyboard


The Event Controls allow directors to add events to customize their show, so they can share them with their production staff and cast members in real-time (as opposed to the Temporary Modifications). By default, all events in Show|Ready match exactly as listed in the Score.

Here is the list of the Event Controls. To learn more specifics about each event, click on the links below:

To add a new event, you can do that in the following ways:

  1. Highlight the area you want to add an edit in the Timeline and click one of the Event Controls (see list above).
  2. Click one of the Event Controls (see list above), select from the various Event Options, and press Okay.

When you click on the Event Controls, a pop-up window appears. While each button will have its own specific settings, you may see some of the following options:

  • Event Type – the drop-down menu where you can pick from caesura, click, cut, fermata, marker, repeat, tempo scale, transpose, or vamp.
  • In Bar – the measure of where you want the event to start.
  • In Beat – the beat of where you want the event to start.
  • Out Bar – the measure of where you want the event to end.
  • Out Beat – the beat of where you want the event to end.
  • Select All – (if applicable) select the entire song.

Event Type

In Bar, In Beat, Out Bar, Out Beat


To modify an existing event, you can do that in the following ways:

  1. Click and drag the existing event inside the Timeline.
  2. Double-click an event in the Timeline or Change Log and change the Event Options. Click Okay OR press Enter on the keyboard.
  3. Click an event in the Timeline or Change Log and click the Edit button to change the Event Options. Click Okay OR press Enter on the keyboard.

To delete an existing event, you can do that in the following ways:

  1. Click an event in the Timeline or Change Log, and click the Delete button in the Edit Controls to remove it.
  2. For Mac, click an event in the Timeline or Change Log, and press the Delete on your keyboard.
  3. For Windows, click an event in the Timeline or Change Log, and press the Backspace on your keyboard.

To undo recent events changes you just made, you can do that in the following ways:

  1. Click the Undo button in the Edit Controls.
  2. For Mac, press the command + Z on your keyboard
  3. For Windows, press the ctrl + Z on your keyboard.

Undoing removes the last event change you made from the Timeline and Change Log.


To redo recent events changes you just made, you can do that in the following ways:

  1. Click the Redo button in the Edit Controls.
  2. For Mac, press the command + shift + Z on your keyboard
  3. For Windows, press the ctrl + shift + Z on your keyboard.

This will add back the last event change you made to the Timeline and Change Log.


Sometimes it may be necessary to revert to a previous version of your change log. Be careful, as any changes you made since that time will be lost.

To go back to a previous change log, you will do the following:

  • Click on Admin at the top-left of the menu bar.
  • Click on View Past Logs from the drop-down menu.
  • Select the version you wish to return to and click Load Selected.

Using the License Manager to Add Another Show

Sometimes you might have two different shows happening at the same time, so you need to load multiple codes into Show|Ready at the same time.

To another another show code, you will do the following:

  • Go to File.
  • Click on License Manager in the drop-down menu.
  • In the pop-up window, click Add License.

Once the show code is loaded, you can always go back into the License Manager to select and load a previous show.

4. Specific Edits in Show|Ready

Caesura adds a pause in a song, perhaps for additional dialogue time or another break in the action. Caesuras are reflected in the Timeline and Change Log.

To add a caesura, you will do the following:

  • Go to the Timeline and select the point where you want to add a caesura.
  • Click on the Caesura button in the Event Controls.
  • Verify the In Bar and In Beat are correct, OR type in the specific numbers.
  • Click Okay, OR press Enter to save changes.
  • The caesura is represented in the timeline as two red slanted bars.

Adding a caesura will automatically pause playback indefinitely, until you trigger it to continue. To resume playback after a caesura, you can do so in the following ways:

  1. Once the Timeline Playhead is at a caesura, click the Escape Event button (|).
  2. Press the Right Arrow () on your keyboard.
  3. Press the Spacebar on your keyboard.

You will notice that caesuras in the Change Log with an asterisk (*) are not placed exactly on the beat. The asterisk notifies you that the “in / out” display value of the Change Log has been rounded to the nearest beat. These caesuras are created by ROCS to facilitate very specific pauses written in the score.


Click changes the subdivision of the click track to aid in following the beat. There may be slower passages when you need eighth note or even sixteenth note clicks, but you won’t need those subdivisions at higher tempos. Click tracks are reflected in the Song Info, Timeline, and Change Log.

To change the click track speed, you will do the following:

  • Go to the Timeline and highlight the section where you want to change the click subdivision.
  • Click on the Click button in the Event Controls.
  • Verify the In Bar, In Beat, Out Bar, Out Beat are correct, OR type in the specific numbers.
  • (Optional) Click Select All if you want to change the click resolution on the entire song.
  • Select one of the Music Note Options from the drop-down menu.
  • Click Okay to save changes.
  • The click is represented in the timeline as a dark green bar.

Changing the click track in the Timeline will automatically update the speed of the clicks on playback.

Music Note Options


Cut removes sections of music from playback, if you wish to shorten a dance break or transition. Cuts are reflected in the Song Info, Timeline, and Change Log.

To add a cut, you will do the following:

  • Go to the Timeline and highlight the section you want to cut.
  • Click on the Cut button in the Event Controls.
  • Verify the In Bar, In Beat, Out Bar, Out Beat are correct, OR type in the specific numbers.
  • Click Okay to save changes.
  • The cut will be represented in the timeline as a red bar.

Adding a cut in the Timeline will automatically remove that section you cut from playback.


Fermata allows you to execute an instant skip to the end of a section in a song when desired. For fermatas written in the score, we have recorded more time than might be needed, since stretching audio too far yields undesirable results. You may desire to skip or jump out of a section to move on. Fermatas are reflected in the Song Info, Timeline, and Change Log.

To add a fermata, you will do the following:

  • Go to the Timeline and highlight the section where you want to add a fermata.
  • Click on the Fermata button in the Event Controls.
  • Verify the In Bar, In Beat, Out Bar, Out Beat are correct, OR type in the specific numbers.
  • Click Okay to save changes.
  • The fermata will be represented in the timeline as a purple bar.

Adding a fermata in the Timeline will not affect playback unless you trigger it to skip. To skip to the end of a fermata, you can do so in the following ways:

  1. Once the Timeline Playhead is at a fermata, click the Escape Event button (|).
  2. Press the Right Arrow () on your keyboard.
  3. Press the Spacebar on your keyboard.

Markers show locations from the score or include rehearsal comments for the cast or director. These markers can be changed or added at the director’s discretion. Markers are reflected in the Song Info, Timeline, and Change Log.

To add a marker, you will do the following:

  • Go to the Timeline and select the moment where you want to add a marker.
  • Click on the Marker button in the Event Controls.
  • Verify the In Bar and In Beat are correct, OR type in the specific numbers.
  • In the Marker textbox type the comment.
  • Click Okay to save changes.
  • The marker will be represented in the timeline as text.

Adding a marker in the Timeline will not affect playback. However, you will see the comment in that section during playback.


Repeat allows a section to be played a fixed number of times according to the score, which accommodates any extra time needed for stage business. Repeats are different than a Vamp, which will repeat an indefinite amount of times and require you to escape the event. Repeats are reflected in the Song Info, Timeline, and Change Log.

To add a repeat, you will do the following:

  • Go to the Timeline and highlight the section to which you want to add a repeat.
  • Click on the Repeat button in the Event Controls.
  • Verify the In Bar, In Beat, Out Bar, Out Beat are correct, OR type in the specific numbers.
  • Type a number in the Repeat Count field. The Repeat Count indicates the total number of times the section plays.
  • Click Okay to save changes.
  • The repeat will be represented in the timeline as an orange bar.

Adding a repeat in the Timeline will automatically repeat that section as many times as are listed and then resume normal playback. To exit a repeat earlier than the predetermined number of repeats, you can do so in the following ways:

  1. Once the Timeline Playhead is at a repeat, click the Escape Event button (|).
  2. Press the Right Arrow () on your keyboard.
  3. Press the Spacebar on your keyboard.

Tempo scale allows you to change the speed in a section of a song. For example, if your cast members need more time to complete choreography, you can slow down the tempo to give them more time. Changes to the tempo are reflected in the Song Info, Timeline, and Change Log.

To change the tempo, you will do the following:

  • Go to the Timeline and highlight the section where you want to change the tempo.
  • Click on the Tempo Scale button in the Event Controls.
  • Verify the In Bar, In Beat, Out Bar, Out Beat are correct, OR type in the specific numbers.
  • Select a number in the Tempo Scale field. We recommend changing the the tempo by +/- of 30% or less.
  • Click Okay to save changes.
  • The tempo change will be represented in the timeline as a blue bar.

Adjusting the tempo scale in the Timeline will automatically change the speed in that section in playback.


Transpositions change the key in which the song plays. This allows you to adjust the song to accommodate specific vocal ranges. Changes to the transposition are reflected in the Song Info, Timeline, and Change Log.

To change the key, you will do the following:

  • Go to the Timeline and highlight the section where you want to change the key.
  • Click on the Transpose button in the Event Controls.
  • Verify the In Bar, In Beat, Out Bar, Out Beat are correct, OR type in the specific numbers.
  • Select a number in the Half Steps drop-down box. We recommend changing the key by +/- of four half-steps or less.
  • Click Okay to save changes.
  • The transposition change will be represented in the timeline as a purple bar.

Adjusting the key in the Timeline automatically changes the key in that section in playback.


Vamp allows a section to be played an indefinite number of times according to the score, which accommodates any extra time needed for stage business. Vamps require you to trigger an escape to continue playback. Vamps are different than a Repeat, which will play a fixed number of times and don’t require you to escape the event. Vamps are reflected in the Song Info, Timeline, and Change Log.

To add a vamp, you will do the following:

  • Go to the Timeline and highlight the section where you want to add a vamp.
  • Click on the Vamp button in the Event Controls.
  • Verify the In Bar, In Beat, Out Bar, Out Beat are correct, OR type in the specific numbers.
  • For an indefinite vamp, keep the Vamp Count at zero.
    • If you want to change a vamp to a fixed number of repeats, you can enter that number in the vamp count field. The vamp count number indicates the total number of times the section will be played.
  • Click Okay to save changes.
  • The vamp will be represented in the timeline as a green bar.

Adding an indefinite vamp in the Timeline will automatically make that section loop indefinitely, until you trigger it to continue playback. To exit a vamp, you can do so in the following ways:

  1. Once the Timeline Playhead is at a vamp, click the Escape Event button (|).
  2. Press the Right Arrow () in your keyboard.
  3. Press the Spacebar on your keyboard.

5. Uploading Show|Ready Changes

At any point when you would like to share your edits, you can send those changes to your cast instantly via the cloud (ROCS server). You can always go back into Show|Ready later to make more edits the next time you open the software. When you send your edits, they upload to both Show|Ready, and the performance tool Stage|Tracks, keeping your production staff, cast members, and anyone else involved with your show on the same page.

Sending changes instantly to your cast members in Show|Ready, and production staff in Stage|Tracks, can be done in the following ways:

  1. In the Change Log section, click the Send Changes button.
  2. Go to the top menu, click Admin, and select Upload Current Log.

As you make changes, you can save them locally to your device. However, we always recommend you upload the changes to the cloud (ROCS server) by clicking the Send Changes button. Sending changes ensures that you have a backup if your device crashes. You can always go back into Show|Ready later to make more edits the next time you open the software.

Saving changes locally on your computer can be done in the following ways:

  1. In the Change Log section, click the Save Changes button.
  2. Go to the top menu, click Admin, and select Save Log.

After you have customized your show, it’s time to prepare for your performance. This is when Stage|Tracks comes in! If you have ordered Stage|Tracks, a month before your opening night, you will receive another email from ROCS licensing with authorization codes to grant you access to Stage|Tracks which you will use for your performance. All your hard work customizing your show will pay off if you use the desktop version of Stage|Tracks, as all your edits are applied to the performance tracks instantly!


At any point when making changes in Show|Ready, you can send those changes to your Stage|Tracks instantly via the cloud (ROCS server). You do this the same way as sending edits to your cast members. These changes instantly apply to your cast member’s Show|Ready and your production team’s Stage|Tracks, making your life easier.

Sending changes instantly to your cast members in Show|Ready and production staff in Stage|Tracks can be done in the following ways:

  1. In the Change Log section, click the Send Changes button.
  2. Go to the top menu, click Admin, and select Upload Current Log.

The next time you log into Stage|Tracks or Show|Ready, a pop-up message will appear with the notification “Downloaded New Change Log Version [number].” Click OK to close.


When you’re done making all of your edits, they will not instantly appear in Stage|Tracks Lite because of the limited functionality of mobile devices. You must first upload the Change Log and then contact ROCS at licensing@rightoncueservices.com to inform them to apply it to Stage|Tracks Lite. You will add your edits directly in Show|Ready and upload your change log, as we cannot accept a list of edits typed out via email. Uploading your change log ensures that we can make those edits accurately in a timely manner.

When submitting edits to ROCS to be uploaded into Stage|Tracks Lite, be aware that this process takes 2 – 5 business days. The first round of edits is free.  Each additional round of submissions for Stage|Tracks Lite costs $75. Alternatively, if you want your edits to be instantly updated, we highly recommend using the desktop version of Stage|Tracks on your computer to access the full feature set. This is the recommended route, and there isn’t an additional cost.

Uploading your change log to the ROCS server can be done in the following ways:

  1. In the Change Log section, click the Send Changes button.
  2. Go to the top menu, click Admin, and select Upload Current Log.

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