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Old 09-28-2016, 01:43 PM
colin.i colin.i is offline
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Default Problem with transport on the dock!


I've got the Dock since July. Every thing was fine and 2 days ago i had a problem.

Since then, I can't use the Transport part of the Dock, play and stop don't work.
And there is no problem with the other part of the Dock.

Could you help me Kyle?

Thank's for the help you will provide!!

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Old 09-28-2016, 01:53 PM
Anthony_Anz Anthony_Anz is offline
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Default Re: Problem with transport on the dock!

hey, I'm assuming you're using Pro Tools. Perhaps your appset file got whacked somehow. Have you tried deleting the appset file? A new appset file will automatically be generated with the default settings.

*** I would HIGHLY recommend backing up your existing one if you've made changes or created your own custom softkeys. ***

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