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Old 11-13-2010, 06:40 AM
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Default "Some regions invalid bounds and were adjusted or deleted" A duplicate Audio Folder !

Since PT9...

So yesterday I got that message at the opening of a session but the regions were there...today I got it, no regions, so that kind of sucks.

Anyway...looked in the session folder and another...as in extra Audio Files Folder was created there labeled with just an apostrophe or some character. All the audio files were in there...none in the original. I moved them to the correct Audio Folder & reopened...all is fine.

One thing though, I didn't create that folder. WEIRD!
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