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Old 06-07-2007, 08:29 PM
csselement csselement is offline
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Default Changing Pro-Tools\' plug-in directory

To save harddrive space on my programs disc, I decided to move my plug-ins to a different disc. Now (understandably) Pro-Tools is all confused and can't find my plug-ins. How do I let Pro-Tools know where I have moved the plug-ins? This is a relatively simple procedure in other DAEs but I can't figure it out in PT 7.0.
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