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Old 07-03-2019, 09:28 PM
Neale Neale is offline
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Default Plugin GUIs disappear at first

Sorry if this is in another 19.5.1 thread, but I don't THINK it is...

Currently on PT 2019.6 and EUCON 19.5.1. I updated both at the same time, so I'm not sure which one caused it, but... on clicking to open a plugin, the GUI goes away. Controls for said plugin appear on my Artist Control's encoders (as they should), then go away when the GUI goes away, so I guess it's closing the GUI AND un-attentioning it. This does not happen if I disable EUCON in PT Prefs, so I guess it has to do with EUCON somehow. I imagine it's one of the new prefs, but since I imagine this isn't "desired behaviour", I'm not sure which pref to disable in EUCON to prevent this from happening.

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