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  1. I have CAKEWALK installed in C:\ Drive. I noticed a folder in my D:\ Drive named SONAR. I deleted that folder but everytime I launch Cakewalk that same folder is created again in D:\ Drive. Anyone knows why this happens and how can I DELETE that folder permanently? Thanks.
  2. 1. Why does Track View Folder Input Echo button stay half lit when all echos are turned off GLOBALLY in Mix Module and the current or last track in focus is a MIDI track? Is this to indicate Preferences > Playback and Recording > MIDI > Always Echo Current Midi track is checked? 2. Why can't Console View button reach or display the Auto Thru "A" indicator unless it's invoked in Track View? Similar topic
  3. I entered the automation stage for my song and realized that all of a sudden, none of my folders are expanding HELP PLEASE!
  4. According to the docs, users can change folder locations if "things get cluttered." However, I've installed the program on E:\ drive, not the default C:\ drive. Yet most of the files are copied into my User Profile (AppData/Roaming/Cakewalk). I say "most" because half the files are on C:\ (ProChannel Presets, etc) while the other half are on E:\. I cannot get Bandlab/Cakewalk to "remember" the folder locations. I point them all to E:. Next time I fire up the software, however, they've returned to C:\. Anyone have any clues?
  5. Just to thank you by Cakewalk, which I find it wonderful and powerful; and to suggest you a feature: just mirroring the plugins folder tree structure in Plugins TAB, as in Windows Explorer. Oftenly, we want to organize our - usually many - thirdy party plugins by ourselves, and this is a very fast way to do that. I used to use that feature in my ancient Synapse Orion (below) and that make things pretty simple. Thats just a suggestion, I know how hard things could be. Thank you for this nice piece of software.
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