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Old 04-18-2006, 09:57 AM
ritch ritch is offline
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Default Creating Fades Crashes Pro Tools...

hey...annoying one

...using tools 7.1, expansion chassis, quad 2.5 G5, 8 gig ram

been using it heavily for the last 4 months...but today decides to crash every 4 fades i do...but only when using 'apple+F', seems to be fine using just F in a-z...any ideaaaas?

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Ritch
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Old 04-18-2006, 03:04 PM
GeneOuse GeneOuse is offline
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Default Re: Creating Fades Crashes Pro Tools...

This has been addressed by one of earlier CS updates. If you already have latest installed it could be something new.
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