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Old 05-07-2003, 01:17 PM
chrille2 chrille2 is offline
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Default Open MAC session trouble

Okey, the sessions I need to open usually have several houndred of audiofiles, and when opening the MAC session it asks for every single file, which makes opening take heck of a lot of time to click search and confirm every single file.

Well, how do I get around this to make the session just ask for the first one and then opening the rest automaticly.

I noticed that the MAC saves the files as wind.L.wav and my PC is looking for windL.wav

Does it have something to do with the double extension dots ?

I have noticed that I get the same problem when I go the other way around opening PC sessions in a MAC, and I have to click search and confirm every single one of the files.
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