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Old 04-12-2013, 12:38 AM
sb_stefan sb_stefan is offline
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Default Pro Tools tries to re-link deleted files. Why?

If I delete a track from a session (right click and select delete) and then also delete that file from the audio files folder inside the project folder, Pro Tools still prompts me to re-link that file every time I open the session.

Is there a way of telling Pro Tools that this files is no longer part of the session, so I don't get prompted every time?

(The reason why I delete the file from the audio files folder is because I'm sharing the session via Dropbox, and I have very limited space on there.)
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