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22 hours ago, scook said:

Quite a while ago (pre X Series) there was a discovery process as part of the installer which added certain editors to the Tools section of the the Utilities menu.

The hooks were retained in the program so the registry entries still work.

I wrote the Tools Editor to simplify the process and remove the need to directly edit the registry.

 

I used 8.5 until CBB came out so I wasn't imagining it then. It used to give me the option of Wavelab that I also had installed.

I think I tried it once and never used it again so no loss

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@Scook I downloaded your tool but it doesn't display the entire page on my screen. The lower parts are cut off and I can't scroll. How do I fix this issue? 

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Select a smaller font size using the File menu

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You can add an Audio Editor using the Registry.  Cakewalk doesn't automatically detect newer versions of Audio Editors like Sound Forge Pro, WaveLab Pro, etc.  You have to do it manually, but it takes literally 2 minutes.

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The readme included with the Tools Editor has an image of a SoundForge setup

 

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This is also a point which has to be developed in future updates. It is not up to date when you have to do a registry hack just to add an external audio editor. This has to be standard and should be done inside the options-menu inside the program.

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