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Erasing non-loadable plugins?

Posted: Fri May 25, 2018 11:36 am
by JNS WRNHD
Hi, all. I made the mistake of choosing a folder with lots of other type of plugins and loaded it in to my mixcraft. Now i can´t seem to get rid of them. I´ve tried deleting all folders in the settings/plugins/editid folders, but without luck. It is mearly a cosmetic problem, the daw works just fine, but, yeah, there must be a way to set the number of non-loadable plugins to zero. Help? / Jonas

Re: Erasing non-loadable plugins?

Posted: Fri May 25, 2018 11:49 am
by Acoustica Greg
Hi,

If you don't want to load that folder, go into File Menu > Preferences > Plug-Ins > Edit VST/VSTi Folders, and remove the unwanted folder.

You can also choose "Manage Plug-Ins" from the File menu and un-check any plugins you don't like.

Greg

Re: Erasing non-loadable plugins?

Posted: Fri Jun 01, 2018 4:04 pm
by JNS WRNHD
Thx for your reply, Greg, but i have done just that and it will not go away. I have deleted all folders at one point and then added the folders that i know have vst and vsti plug-ins in it. As it is right now the only folder that is present in "edit vst/vsti" is the Acoustica folder and i have plug-ins in other folders that still show up and work just fine inside acoustica. The plug-ins i am refering to are listed in the "unable to load" section but not in the check/un-check list. This is puzzling.

Re: Erasing non-loadable plugins?

Posted: Fri Jun 01, 2018 4:07 pm
by Acoustica Greg
HI,

Send us your mixcraft-log.txt file, along with the names of the unwanted plugins.

To find the mixcraft-log file, highlight the following line and press Ctrl+C to copy it:

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%appdata%\Acoustica\Mixcraft\


Press the Windows Key+R to pop up the Run box in Windows. Click in the Run box and press Ctrl+V to paste in the line from above. Finally, click OK to go to the location of the mixcraft-log.txt file. Submit an Acoustica Support Request and attach the log file along with a brief description of the problem.

Greg