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Old 05-09-2005, 12:37 PM
donpeppoe donpeppoe is offline
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Default Organize plugins


is there a way to organize my plugins....all my plugins appear in all categories.

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Old 05-09-2005, 03:47 PM
Third Eye Studios Third Eye Studios is offline
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Default Re: Organize plugins

You can check to see if you can update your plug-ins to newer versions. Waves 4.0 doesn't go to the right categories for example, you must update to 5.0 for them to go to the right category. Other than that the only thing windows users can do is assign a plug-in to your "favorites" in PT, and they will appear at the top of the plug-in list (I can't rememeber the key command right now to do it, but I think you just ctrl-click on the plug-in name in the plug-in list when you pull it up in PT).
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