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Old 03-27-2011, 10:00 AM
bashville bashville is offline
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Default How to change save/open view preferences?

Sorry if this is a simple Mac thing, but this started for me when I got PT9, so is it "more than a coincidence"? Maybe not!

Anyway, when I go to save a file now, the save window, which I like to be in "list" format (small icon), always comes up with the names row very narrow, and maybe 4/5th's of the window dominated by the dates. I resize the selection rows on the top so I can read the file names, hoping that it will come up properly next time, but no dice. So I'm always adjusting row widths. A maddening little time-wasting exercise. I can't remember having to do this before, so my question is should ProTools be remembering this, or is it an easy Mac-ism common to all applications?


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