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Post Cue qualifiers is there a maximum number
Major D has explained very well the basic dynamics of assembling a cue, using the Gross/General/Specific/Detail designations. As much of Cueing in particular and RV in general has a basis in mathematics(and it's parameters) I wondered about having more than four qualifiers ie [nnnn/nnnn]abcd / EFGH / ijkl / MNOP /**** in a cue.

Could five qualifiers in a Cue corrupt the process of the Cue purely by the number of qualifiers?

Most corruption or distortion of cues AFAIK is due to using words not recognised by the matrix or illogical sequencing.

I have not seen this answered before, any answers or sharing of experience would be appreciated.

Thanks Bescot


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Post Re: Cue qualifiers is there a maximum number
In general, the more elegantly simple a Matrix search term is, the more useful the results.

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