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Old 12-18-2014, 01:46 AM
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This website is a really bad one. Period. It´s really hard to navigate to the right thing. And too many dead ends!
For example: go to "Products" -> on the right side under Quick Links click "ProTools" -> then "Interfaces" -> then "Learn more" under the MBox family (or Fast Track family) and bingo, redirection to, well, anything....
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This website is a really bad one. Period. It´s really hard to navigate to the right thing. And too many dead ends!
For example: go to "Products" -> on the right side under Quick Links click "ProTools" -> then "Interfaces" -> then "Learn more" under the MBox family (or Fast Track family) and bingo, redirection to, well, anything....
Been this way for decades and isn't about to change any time soon, unfortunately. It actually used to be worse than it is now.
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Old 01-24-2015, 04:33 PM
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well i would surely not say that after seeing that page :
http://www.avid.com/plugins/?query=&...AS&formats=TDM

at least before it was in alphabetical order and CLEAR - you could find plugins downloads very fast.

The people who designed it and the one who validated it should have been FIRED even before beta test.
, not only because some "w" were born one bad day...
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Maybe they will release a support subscription for their website so that they can roll out new features and fix all the dead links more quickly, but only for those on the support plan...
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