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Old 10-07-1999, 11:54 AM
Fokke van Saane Fokke van Saane is offline
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Default Waves 2.8 here we go again

I've installed v2.8 and was hoping to find that all 2.7 problems were gone. Hoping.

The 2.6 saved presets loaded fine. But my system crashed so often that i re-installed 2.6.

Mac 9600 200MHz PT24MIX + vintage farm PTv3.4, DAE 3.4.2f9 (50MB).

Yes,I did remove DAE and Waves pref's.

It mostly crashed when changing views on PAZ, but also on +L1 and other plugs like R-compr.

Anyone with good 2.8 reslults?

I hope i'm wrong somewhere or things are getting very dissappointing.

Fokke van Saane.
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