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Old 04-14-2004, 03:43 PM
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Default Removing Plugins

Ok, I read the PDF, and I've done a search here. So, forgive me if this has been answered.

When I start up PTLE (6.2.2) I get notifications that "DFX Chorus" and "DigiTranslator" have expired.

How do I get rid of them?

According to the PlugIns Guide for Macintosh OS X : To remove an expired plug-in:
1) Open the DAE folder (Library/ Application Support/ Digidesign/ DAE) on your Startup drive.
2) Open the Plug-Ins folder or Plug-Ins (Unused) folder and drag the expired plug-in to the Trash.
3) Empty the Trash.

I have no DAE folder in the Digidesign folder (or anywhere on any of my drives). And Finder searches for those items come up empty.

Thanks.
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Old 04-14-2004, 05:55 PM
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search for CONTAINS "chorus". There's no DAE folder in OSX.
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Hi,
You can get rid of Digitranslator by removing a file called OMF.dll from here, Mac HDD / Applications / Digidesign / Pro Tools. You can drag the OMF.dll to the trash or just out of this folder and it won’t load when you launch Pro Tools. You can get to you plug-ins by going here Mac HDD / Applications / Digidesign / Pro Tools / Plug-Ins Alias. Any plug-in you drag out of this folder won’t load when you launch Pro Tools. You can trash it if you are sure you don’t want it or you can put it away in anther folder for later. Hope this helps,
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