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Old 07-23-2004, 04:27 PM
tim carter tim carter is offline
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Default Trashing Prefs?

I'm on a 002R Mac X running 6.0.1
I'm trying to trash my prefs... I'm at my Digi Prefs folder. Do you actually click and drag the folder to the trash? Or, do I open the folder and drag the contents to the trash? Also, do I do the same to the Protools setup folder, it says it's a document folder.. thanks, tim
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Old 07-23-2004, 04:37 PM
shanabit shanabit is offline
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Default Re: Trashing Prefs?

Tim. Just drag the whole prefs folder to the trash. ProTools will create a new one when you re-open the program. Don't trash the setup folder.
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