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Reading and savin block definitions

djidoe

Inspired
Since I installed FW 11.01, AE3 is reading and saving block definitions EVERY TIME I load It... Is that normal ? I thaught AE3 would read and save it once... Not every time I open it...
 

dabert

Member
Same here - just uploaded FW 11.01 plus the new banks and now AE goes through that block reading thing on every start of AE - did not do that before the FW upload (Win 7 64 - used as admin).

Not the end of the world, just a little annoying as the block reading takes a while.
 

ibanizer

Member
Same hier, Win7

It's got to do with the user rights restrictions for the application Folder (on my german System it's C:\Program Files (x86)\Fractal Audio\Axe-Edit")

If you change the user rights to full access, then the Definition file can be written into the application Folder. But.. this is not a real fix.

@Fractal: Seems that you shold write the definition file "effectDefinitions.cache" to another Location.

Cheers Thomas
 

AlGrenadine

Axe-Master
Vendor
Same hier, Win7

It's got to do with the user rights restrictions for the application Folder (on my german System it's C:\Program Files (x86)\Fractal Audio\Axe-Edit")

If you change the user rights to full access, then the Definition file can be written into the application Folder. But.. this is not a real fix.

@Fractal: Seems that you shold write the definition file "effectDefinitions.cache" to another Location.

Cheers Thomas
Absolutely, this is the problem.
 

TonyD

Member
I ran into this problem as well. Running AE3 as admin did not make a difference either, but replacing the file with the one from AlGrenadine worked!
 

Phostenix

Power User
Since Windows Vista, software should never write to the Program Files folder after the initial install.

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