I understand that, but I guess I'm asking why it is that way. On HTP faders, it makes sense - it allows the fader level to already be up when you next load the cue, which can be helpful. On LTP ones, though, I don't get the reasoning behind it. When you release a cue with an LTP fader, you're removing the cue from the list of active items. Once you've done that, is there any purpose at all to the fader staying up, or is it just that way because the software doesn't contain a command to make released LTP faders return to zero?