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I don't want to leave the impression that these reports are real "problems" for me, Nick. It's a public beta, and my goal is to create / share custom presets that will work across most any user's system. The answers to your questions:
1) Mac OSX 10.5.8
2) 3.0.0beta. FactorLib 1.8.
3) No, and no.
4) Majority created in 3.0.0beta; a smattering created in 2.3.0 (original version at purchase); very few remaining 'factory' presets.
Which brings us to your next comment. That makes perfect sense; especially if there were radical adjustments made to the code. I didn't get that kind of result in the jump from 2.3.0 to 3.0.0beta. Regarding the WinXP SP3 requirement, I missed that key 'factor' in 3.0.0beta / FactorLib 1.x documentation. I thought it would be worth repeating here.
There's nothing happening in the 3.0.0beta transition so far that I can't repair, or circumvent . But if *whatever it is* can get quantified, so much the better for the next iteration. If you don't mind, Nick, I have a couple of quick questions for you:
1) I seem to remember a tidbit about having to leave your stompbox at the default System -> MIDI -> SYS ID 1 to communicate with FactorLib. Holds true for FactorLib 1.8?
2). On the PitchFactor' end, while uploading a single preset: Does the MIDI IN/USB port always accept an incoming preset .syx message, or is it 'listening' for a 'handshake' / sysex header of some kind first?
In the interim (3.0.0beta), I toyed around with a favorite freeware app (Bome's SendSX). I could send and save a single preset, the whole dump, system settings, etc. TO software, but I never had any success in sending it back to the PF. Yet, those same saved presets load just fine into FactorLib 1.8. I tried quite a few combinations the PF's system settings, and scoured your online sysex information (to no avail)..