Old 10-22-2014, 04:46 AM   #41
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AND, the MacBook Air is SCREAMING fast now!

Wow.
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Old 10-22-2014, 07:08 AM   #42
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Awesome! Glad that worked for you!
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Old 10-22-2014, 06:52 PM   #43
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Wow thanks for that Don. I just signed up! Always wanted to do that course...
Cool! Enjoy.

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Old 10-24-2014, 11:10 AM   #44
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NO issues until the Mavericks upgrade.

I realize that the C, but I put off the upgrade so that developers would have the time to fix problems.

Cockos didn't, evidently.

I can work around the speed/tone issue. It'll be ugly, but I can do it. What I can't work around is the command delay. When I hit Stop, it HAS to stop, right there. I need to be able to Play/Stop in rapid succession and now I simply can't.

This kind of delay is present in exactly zero other programs running under Mavericks.

The Air is only 3 years old.
I had minimal problems with Mavericks for the first 9-12 months. Now I leave the computer alone 5 minutes and it will not play back. Reboots, changing the Reaper install, changing the file I open make no difference. I am WAY the f open to suggestions.

Anybody?
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Old 10-25-2014, 09:46 AM   #45
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All I can suggest is to do what I did. It worked out all my problems.
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Old 10-25-2014, 09:47 AM   #46
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If you're still getting your original files showing up, then you just didn't find the REAPER folder (as you mentioned before). Do this:

1. Click on the GO menu. You'll see "All My Files", "Documents", "Desktop", etc.
2. With the GO menu open, push the ALT key on your keyboard. You should see a new selection "Library" pop up. This is your personal Library folder, not the one in Macintosh HD. Click Library to open the folder.
3. Open the Application Support folder.
4. Find the REAPER folder and rename it to REAPER-OLD or something.
5. Run REAPER. It should start as if new, in Demo mode.

If this works, re-enter your license & settings manually.

You also probably should go to the Utilities folder and run Disk Utility. Select your named hard drive (i.e. "Macintosh HD", not the more technical name of the actual hardware above it). The "First Aid" tab is highlighted by default. Near the bottom left of the tab you'll find a button that says "Repair Disk Permissions". Click that & let it finish, then close Disk Utility.
This. Do this. Exactly as described, except that I added a reboot after closing the Disk Utility stuff.
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