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Old 11-29-2017, 10:31 AM   #89
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Originally Posted by thunderbroom View Post
Weird. OK, later today I'll do a portable install of Reaper and see what happens. Out of curiosity, as I've never used a portable version, is there anything much different versus a standard installation?
Not that I've been able to tell, but my needs are simple.
If Reaper hasn't ever been installed on a machine, you would have to tell windows to associate the .RPP files with Reaper to open them with a doubleclick.
not sure if there's any impact on plugins or any other Reaper functions.
The portable install lets you run new or old versions as needed without affecting each other.
I suggest making a shortcut of the portable Reaper EXE on your desktop and name it 'Portable_562' or something similar.
That way you know you're opening the portable instead of the full install.


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