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Old 2013-05-03, 00:00
mccauld mccauld is offline
 
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SAVE AS -a previous reason file format- option...

I know this has been discussed as a 'reason file forward-compatibility'thing before. This would be something similar to the way adobe illustrator allows you to save a file that would be compatible with earlier versions of the software. In essence similar to the way file formats on graphics programs can be independent of the software version - with a pull down menu when saving.

Now, it would mean that 'place holders' would have to go in or you may lose some information when 'saving as reason 6' file or whatever, but at least if you or someone else on the go has an earlier version of reason on the laptop, and it was made originally in Reason 7, you would have something you could work with until you got back to your desktop. I dunno, maybe this just can't work with reason session files at all, but just thought I'd throw it out there

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