The Environment





What it does



Button to show the main menu.



Button shows:

  • Save and Exit - saves the session, clears the rotation and exits

  • Exit and Reset - does not save, just clears the rotation and exits

  • Exit to Return - exits but retains the dancers in the rotation



This enables round the houses feature whereby Dancer A goes onto Stage 1, then on the next rotation moves to Stage 2 and Dancer B goes onto Stage 1. This process goes on until they reach the last stage where they come off the stage.


Search box

Useful during a busy night, this shows a lists of all dancers working so it will jump straight to that dancer in the rotation.



Multiple stage showing dancers either waiting or performing a pole show.



A list of tasks at a specified time to show a notification in the bottom right hand corner.


Available dancers

A list of available dancer ready to go on stage.


Unavailable dancers

Unavailable list of dancers in unavailable groups.


Transparency slider

To semi-hide RotationX so you can see other software in the background.


Management buttons

Move to Top, Move Up, Move Down, Move to Bottom, Remove and Add


Show or Hide RotationX

Hides to the right of the screen with a slight bar to reopen.



If the selected dancer is available it simply put them off as red and will not be automatically selected to go on the pole. If the dancer is already unavailable, the button changes to MAKE AVAILABLE.



This automatically moves the dancers on the pole to the bottom of the available list, then moved the waiting dancers to be on the pole, the finally moves the next available dancers to waiting.



Hidden feature: double clicking on the Stage cell allows you to rename the stage and set how many dancers there are on that particular stage.

The Context Menu Explained

  1. Switch to CoverJock (Sync Rotation)
    Opens CoverJock, restores the rotation from RotationX and closes RotationX
  2. Reset Pole Show
    Sets all dancer to be in the available list
  3. Open Dual Monitor
    Opens the rotation to be displays on a secondary screen.
    Learn more >>.
  4. Constant Pole Show
    Option so when AUTO ROTATE is pressed if constant it automatically moves waiting dancers to on the pole as well as adds waiting dancers. If not selected it does this as two processes.
  5. Keep Unavailable Dancers Positions
    Option so when dancers are put as unavailable they keep position in the rotation
  6. Automatically Select Different Stage
    Option so if checked RotationX knows the dancers last stage and tries to put them onto a new stage where possible
  7. Docking: Dock to the Right or Floating Window
  8. Theme Style: Blue (default), Red, Purple, Green, Yellow and Pink
  9. Font Size: xsmall, small, medium, large
  10. Default Dancer tab: Session Notes, Music List, Activities or Previous Session Notes
  11. View Session history
    Shows a dialog box of all sessions and a detailed description of all activities during a given session
  12. Tip Tracker:
    • Enable Tip Tracker
      Option to show or hide this feature (default on)
    • IOU Message on Check-in
      Option to automatically show a message when the dancers check-in (default off)
    • IOU Message on Check-out
      Option to automatically show a message when the dancers checks out (default off)
    • Clear Tips on Exit
    • Show all IOUs - Learn more >>
    • Clear all Tips Now
      Deletes all records of all tips in RotationX
  13. Show Search Box
  14. Undo
  15. Redo
  16. Clear Rotation
  17. Clear Rotation and Save
  18. Import Data
  19. Export Data (Basic)
  20. Export Data (Full)
  21. Help Video
  22. Release Notes
  23. Check for Update
  24. Feedback
  25. Tell-A-Friend
  26. About RotationX


Dual Monitor Display


This feature is only available when CoverJock is installed and active.


  1. Dancers performing on stage
    Please note: if multiple stages is active it shows the stage name next to the dancer name
  2. Dancers waiting to go on stage
  3. Available dancers
  4. Full screen mode - whilst not in full screen mode, the user can drag the dual monitor to the specific monitor then press the Full Screen mode button to take over the whole screen.