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Restore Macros / Key Commands?
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Curtsong
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I've just gone through a clean install on a new computer and am up and running rockin and rolling.

However, I seem to have an issue with saving presets within some VSTs into their own libraries. e.g. Massive. When I type details into the attributes, I'm triggering some other macros that I may have installed through the exchange. I'd like to remove any additional macros and restore the macros back to default.

In Native Instruments synths they have a great browser with attributes to keep track of your library. I create a lot of sound design while producing. I'll assign a sound certain attributes and catalog them. it's a great feature. All synths should follow this organized layout.

I'll have to keep researching on getting the key commands restored. Or find what command is preventing me from typing inside the synths browser. I can't even search now. I never had this occur before. Just on my new set up. I think I might have been over zealous in downloading from the exchange. that's the only thing I can think of. Unless someone else recognizes a problem.

Thanks. And I hope everyone is having a great start into their New Year. Best regards.

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Please don't post the same question to multiple areas of the forum. It only annoys people...
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Quick answer yes and no.
There is no back up, save or reload command built into the Macro tool bar. So most likely you will have to recreate it this time.
There is a hack utility to save and reload macros here: http://studioonetweakersgroup.wordpress.com/2012/12/18/your-beta-of-macro-command-bar-utility-thank-you/
You can use it in the future
Or if you prefer:


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I apologize for the double post MrWright.

Thank you JPetit for the info. I'll try that out and reply the results. Greatly appreciate your time.
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