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cakewalk not closing properly

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Hi @John Nelson

Thanks for sending the dump file, it was useful.
It's a bizarre crash. The problem is actually triggered by the plugin BFD. When shutting down it apparently ends up dispatching windows messages and as a result inadvertently launches the start screen! This crashes the Windows shell. 

I suspect this is something that may have been fixed by BFD since you have a very old version dated 2012. You can verify that this is the issue by changing CbB to not show the start screen. (Preferences | Display settings | Show start screen). Do you see BFD pop a dialog box or something when you close a project?

I've also defensively addressed this in CbB by ensuring that start screen only opens when all projects have finished closing.

PS:  In the future when using file sharing services please send links that don't require the recipient to create an account. Dropbox has become obnoxious now about  forcing recipients to create accounts. Its much better to use something like google drive and send a private link.

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On 3/5/2019 at 6:38 PM, msmcleod said:

IMHO JBridge is FAR superior to BitBridge, as it has so many compatibility options to tweak.

Cakewalk's integration with JBridge is good to. You no longer have to fire up JBridger to create 64bit wrappers around your 32 bit plugins.

If you go into the plugin properties (either from the Synth rack, or Plugin Manager), check "Load with JBridge wrapper" and the next time you load it, it will be with JBridge.

Cakewalk also uses its original VST id, so you can swap between BitBridge and JBridge without it thinking it's a different plugin.

FYI JBridge can also help with 64 bit plugins, such as the UJAM Virtual Guitarist VSTi's which seem to require a crazy high buffer size otherwise.

So do this with any VST I have that is 32 bit, would you suggest?

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