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 Thank you kindly for the reply.  When I first composed that message, no – nothing was showing as an available MIDI connection; "NO MIDI devices available" or something to that effect.  Then, after I submitted the message, it did show up with just the first 2 (of 8) ports available.  Then, all 8 ports and the SMPTE port showed… still later, nothing again save "MS GS Wavetable Synth".  At the moment I am seeing 6/8 Inputs available and all 8 + SMPTE & the wavetable on the Output.  So, long story short, it seems to behave erraticaly.

My Orville is connected to In/Out Ports #2.  When I select the "Get DBase" option I can see a quick (single flash) activity light  on the MIDI OUT Port #2, but that is it.  No import has occured that I can locate.  All "Gets" (dbase, user files, setup) have these same results. Do I need to configure the Orville itself for communications or is something else amiss?

Thanks in advance for your assistance!

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