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Old 07-15-2005, 02:37 AM
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Default How to store presets in \"Plug-In Settings folder\"?

Hi, I'd like to save some plug-in settings that I created, but I can't figure out where, except in the Root Settings folder which is inside the Application Support -> Digidesign folder which would not be very helpful when taking my hardrive somewhere else. A pop-up message says I can store them in a Plug-In Settings folder inside the working session's folder, which would be perfect, but I can't find such a folder. How do I create Plug-In Settings folder inside a working session? Thanks.

PT 6.4, OS 10.3.4, Powerbook, MBox
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