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Old 04-24-2005, 01:07 PM
autopilot autopilot is offline
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Default Manually Re-Linking Files

Is there a way to manually relink files once a session opens if it can't automatically find them? It's been 5 minutes and PT is still searching in the Task Window...I know exactly where these files are if it would let me at them...

Any thoughts?

TDM 6.4.1 cs7
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Old 04-25-2005, 06:13 AM
Aural Exciter Aural Exciter is offline
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Default Re: Manually Re-Linking Files


you can manually relink the files at any time either in the workspace or the project browser ( can´t remember which, not sitting in front of PT ). In the menu you should find the relink option.


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