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Old 10-31-2017, 03:14 PM   #17
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Mac is kinda weird that way. For instance, one should not create a folder within a "mission critical" folder e.g.. HD>Library>Audio>Components. Applications such as reaper will not read it. It pretty much has to be created by the OS. Therefore, the only solution would be to manually go into the components folder and delete the X86 plugins (unless you really require them). I had a similar situation with one AU plugin popping up that was unusable in a project, being X86. I knew I had the 64bit ver. but it kept installing the X86 ver.. I deleted the offending plugin, restarted Reaper, deleted the now unavailable plugin, reinstalled the plugin and voila, the 64bit ver.
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