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Re: My own Myr files won't open on my PC  
« Reply #15 on: May 16th, 2022, 9:53pm »
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Interesting comments, all.  
 
Thank you for your insight.  
As I said, “so far, so good”, but you never know how things might develop over time; indeed, who know what the Future holds in store for we mere mortals
 
And again, although I am “at home” in a simple programming environment, I do aim to concentrate on music, and so endeavour to stay away from anything which might conceal “a maze beset with brutal pitfalls”*.  
 
Thus I heed advice from a Greater Authority:
on May 16th, 2022, 1:27pm, Sylvain Machefert wrote:

The undo history inside %APPDATA%/ACAMPREF is good to get lightweight .myr files, but is more touchy in case of .myr having same name in differents folders.

So who needs “touchy” myr files, anyway?
 
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It can cause confusion or crash...

Sounds like “brutal pitfalls” to me!!
 
On a less philosophical note, when I selected the “Don't save undo” option in General Settings, the option to save in a seperate file was already unchecked. Which leads me to infer that although I have just reinstalled this version, the Undo History is saved in the dedicated file and not in the current myr file. I have never knowingly changed this option, and so hopefully am not condemned to facing “mega-enormous” (Tony Deff) file sizes and related indigestion!
 
In conclusion, I do admit to being lured by the call to investigate %APPDATA%/ACAMPREF. A call not unlike that of the mermaid to an unwary mariner: hypnotic and deadly!
 
Again, I shall provide updates, wherever appropriate.
 
Many thanks, I repeat  
 
Hoppy
 

*“a maze beset with brutal pitfalls”: a quote from "Bullets over Broadway" (Woody Allen)!

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