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Old 08-05-2006, 07:26 AM
Ty Ford Ty Ford is offline
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Default AUtomation moves still not following file moves


Reporting again that as I move files in the edit window that have had automation volume moves, the automation moves do NOT follow the audio when I move it although that feature is checked in PTLE preferences.

PTLE 7.0 here on a 2 GHz G5 running 10.4.6.


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Old 08-05-2006, 02:19 PM
filosofem filosofem is offline
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Default Re: AUtomation moves still not following file moves

Hi Ty Ford

Automation Follows Edit is actually under the Options menu, not in the Preferences window. Have you tried Trashing the Prefs and Databases?

Aaron Mulqueen - 001 HD Native
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