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tele27
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I'm running Studio One Ver 2.62 on my Mac-Mini i7 2.6GHz 16GB memory. Most all the functions run in S1-2.62
but for some reason I cannot get the macro functions to display on the top part of the editor window. I am running at 64bit
something must be corrupted. I have tried reinstalling S1 a couple of times and still cannot get the Macro functions to display.
Anyone have any idea of what the problem could be and a way to correct it.
Thanks

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Kiwicomposer
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I have had this and it is usually caused by the fact that the "commandbar.xml" files has been corrupted.
My solutions in the past was as follows. (There may be other solutions however)

1/ Copy all the Macro's into a folder somewhere - only necessary if you have added macros yourself but a good idea anyway.
2/ Goto the Studio One Menu item in Studio One. And The Extensions Option.
3/ Uninstall the Macro ToolBar Extension
4/ Shut down Studio One
5/ Delete the Macro's folder from the Studio One Folder on your Hard drive (which is why I took a backup just on case)
6/ Reopen Studio One
7/ Download and reinstall The Macro's Toolbar from the Presonus Exchange
8/ Enable the Extension.
9/ I then close down Studio One and restart it.
10/ Make sure the Macro's Toolbar extension is actually showing as Enabled in the Extensions Panel..
11/ Open a song and see if the MacroToolbar has returned and all standard Icons are showing
12/ Re install any personal macros's from that Backup copy you took in step 1

Although long this has worked for me..
As I sad there may be other ways of fixing it but this gives me a clean start after a failure and so I like it.
Steve Currington
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tele27
Prenoob

Joined: 01/11/2011 16:54:10
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Thanks I will give that a try.


Kiwicomposer wrote:I have had this and it is usually caused by the fact that the "commandbar.xml" files has been corrupted.
My solutions in the past was as follows. (There may be other solutions however)

1/ Copy all the Macro's into a folder somewhere - only necessary if you have added macros yourself but a good idea anyway.
2/ Goto the Studio One Menu item in Studio One. And The Extensions Option.
3/ Uninstall the Macro ToolBar Extension
4/ Shut down Studio One
5/ Delete the Macro's folder from the Studio One Folder on your Hard drive (which is why I took a backup just on case)
6/ Reopen Studio One
7/ Download and reinstall The Macro's Toolbar from the Presonus Exchange
8/ Enable the Extension.
9/ I then close down Studio One and restart it.
10/ Make sure the Macro's Toolbar extension is actually showing as Enabled in the Extensions Panel..
11/ Open a song and see if the MacroToolbar has returned and all standard Icons are showing
12/ Re install any personal macros's from that Backup copy you took in step 1

Although long this has worked for me..
As I sad there may be other ways of fixing it but this gives me a clean start after a failure and so I like it.
 
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