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Old 12-20-2017, 10:59 AM
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Default Re: Anyone Using Cloud Collaboration

I have been monitoring this info thread. After looking at issues I was having on a couple of macs here with the latest PT and latest Sierra, I decided to NOT install Cloud Collaboration when updating my system. I was having issues with my mac's being sluggish launching. I already deleted Application Manager and NEVER use it. Uninstall App manager immediately after I install Protools. For what it's worth, everything is running extremely well with the latest version.

Gregory Ives, Composer/Sound Designer/Musician

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