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gotmicswilltravel
Logic 9
Date: Aug 19, 2010 5:43:46 AM PDT
Author: gotmicswilltravel

Originally Posted by ProRemote:
Originally Posted by Wierwolf:
Originally Posted by MonsterBronx:
Originally Posted by burg87:
I'm using Logic 9 and have the same problem as Buschfsu.
I had partial success with L8 but nothing now.
Update clearly needed, or are you abandoning anyone who
doesn't buy the full blown Pro
Remote?


I'm also having Buschfsu's problem. I'm trying to run it on a
MacBook with snow leopard installed
(logic 9). Have you guys found a solution?



I run Logic 9 on Snow Leopard. Experienced same problems
as everyone else. I did manage to
get it to work, though.

Suggestions: Clear all control surfaces first, especially if you
are already using other control
surfaces.

Once everything was installed and recognized per the
ProRemote instructions I used Logic's
"Rebuild Defaults" command in the control surfaces menu.
ProRemote immediately began
working.

I don't know why it worked, but it did. Perhaps this may fix
the problem for some of you...
Good luck.

Side Note: I have had a similar issue with a FaderPort
transport/Fader control. Occasionally I
have to go in and reassign the correct port, even though the
port assignment is already set up in
preferences. I suspect the issue with ProTransport might be
related.



Alot of people have had an issue with Logic 9 and trashed
control surface settings. The tips
above worked for almost everyone that has had this
problem.

Not abandoning any products but the full version always gets
worked on first. The next update
promises to fix many issues but this problem is outside of my
control, the bug lies with Logic. It
would be a good idea to report the problem to them.


I'm having exactly the same problem with Logic 9.0 right
now. I tried deleting and rescanning the control surfaces, to
no avail. I'd 'rebuild defaults' if this was actually an option,
but I can't see it anywhere. The preferences drop down menu
that I have gives you

control surfaces...
control surfaces setup...
controller assignments...

rather than a submenu, and none of these tabs (all on the
same panel) offer a 'rebuild defaults' option. I'll take some
screen caps if i have to.

Am I being stupid?

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ProRemote
Logic 9
Date: Aug 19, 2010 9:14:46 AM PDT
Author: ProRemote


I'm having exactly the same problem with Logic 9.0 right
now. I tried deleting and rescanning the control surfaces, to
no avail. I'd 'rebuild defaults' if this was actually an option,
but I can't see it anywhere. The preferences drop down menu
that I have gives you

control surfaces...
control surfaces setup...
controller assignments...

rather than a submenu, and none of these tabs (all on the
same panel) offer a 'rebuild defaults' option. I'll take some
screen caps if i have to.

Am I being stupid?


Try the Logic menu (in the menubar) then Preferences->Control Surfaces->Rebuild Defaults.

Thank goodness for that command as Logic 9 has been known to whack its own settings!
 

 

gotmicswilltravel
Logic 9
Date: Aug 19, 2010 12:04:28 PM PDT
Author: gotmicswilltravel

Hilarious. That's all it took. And there was me digging out my
version of Logic 8...

Ta muchly.
 

 
 
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