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Old 2013-01-18, 13:02
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Such is the nature of all patches. Thnk of how it was when we'd have paper to check and input, only to find something off the scale sonically.
It would be a complete time-consuming exercise to work through each patch. All I've been able to do, practically, is knock out the duplicates in most instances. Even then, it's very likely some slipped through.

There's another mountain of patches still to be checked. Right now, there's a case for saying enough is enough.


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Old 2013-01-18, 13:18
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The real thanks for all of these goes to a whole collection of people who are as anonymous now as they were then.
The way DXOC worked was people gave freely to help others. The best advice always comes from others who use the same piece of kit as yours.
What this has really done is bring back a wealth of great memories. I can even place faces to some patches too.
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If anyone meets any problem with DropBox, I can make other arrangements for on-line storage. Sometimes, it just doesn't like too much traffic at one time.

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