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Old 09-21-2006, 03:13 AM
Johanna Herr Johanna Herr is offline
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Default finder/workspace bug since 7.2?

How's that:

In PT 7.0 there was the following very useful function: let's say I bounced a file from a pt session, went to the finder and double clicked on it. The PT workspace would open and I could listen to the file.

Since the update to 7.2 this happens: when I double click on a fresh bounced file (that still has the PT-icon) I get the this message: "this is not a valid pro tools session file" but when I go to the pt workspace it shows up and I can listen to it...

Is this a bug or do I have to change any preferences...?
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