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Old 09-05-2007, 12:05 PM
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Default Default Plug-In Directory?

I originally installed Pro Tools on my C: drive, and also tried to install any plugins in their default locations, which seemed to be on the same drive where I had installed Pro Tools.

That drive is running out of space now. Is there a way to tell Pro Tools of an additional directory on another disk where I can install more plug-ins?
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