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The plugin seems to only display that alert when you open it. So, if you open a Logic project and don’t open the plugin, it does not change the settings.
Worse yet, when you subsequently save the Logic Pro file, it writes out the existing state, overwriting whatever you had before.
I have a directory full of random Emote plug-in states as a result. Good thing I saved out my session files to disk in parallel.
I submitted this info with a video showing the problem in action to Eventide support.
That is not what I’m suggesting. I think a good solution is to have the plugin display the “I have state saved do you want me to send it” panel. Then the user can decide…
Although, other plugins that update hardware, e.g., Bricasti M7, Tegeler Creme RC, just go ahead and overwrite silently…