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What are the.ol2 files for? I know they are some kind of presets I think, but can't remember. 

Somebody help an old man (that suffers from CRS) out!! :)

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8 hours ago, Grem said:

What are the.ol2 files for? I know they are some kind of presets I think, but can't remember. 

Somebody help an old man (that suffers from CRS) out!! :)

I also get that CRS a lot Grem! :) Then again I'm only a whisker behind Larry age-wise ;) 

I think the ol2 file is an authorisation file as the first part of the name seems to be the serial number.

 

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4 hours ago, ZincT said:

I also get that CRS a lot Grem! :) Then again I'm only a whisker behind Larry age-wise ;) 

I think the ol2 file is an authorisation file as the first part of the name seems to be the serial number.

 

Yup, it seems so, could be thing which bound free license in our account to specific machine (or part of that auth scheme).

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I didn't think of autorizations files!! I was thinking presets. That was given away for free!! : )

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6 hours ago, Grem said:

I didn't think of autorizations files!! I was thinking presets. That was given away for free!! : )

Sorry, my bad, probably that .ol2 extension mentioned tricked me out ;)  I just checked content of my *.ol2 , also their names which are exact as my serials :)

Generally Overloud seems to keep their stuff (win10 pro) at

C:\Users\(USERNAME)\AppData\Roaming\Overloud

Plugins have their subdir which contain files like: presets.db, preferences.xml etc

 

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