Right, that is exactly the kind of “tricks using developer tools” I wish to avoid and I hope would not be demanded of thousands of customers desiring this functionality. I am looking for a straightforward method to print a list of presets within a preset list without resorting to any kind of arcane command line operations or extensive text editing. This method would still require utilizing command line operations (of which I am capable, but unwilling to indulge in for what should be acheived from Windows GUI), having to 99 times manually delete the .tide extension and erasing extraneaous zeros from the 99 preset numbers to get a clean simple list of presets within a given preset list is unacceptably cumbersome and time consuming. A straightforward “print preset list” function within H9 Control would be the thing if there is no other simple straightforward method available. Thanks!