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Old 2013-05-08, 09:55
Wyggy Wyggy is offline
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Originally Posted by devilfish View Post
ohh yes .. you know my folder structure, right *lol* ???? !

i can tell you it is everything fine sortet in folders!

and there, it's all sorted wonderful!!! . . .

This listing shows only about 1/3 of my folder structure, so please don´t say there is no concept in it!

the problem is I have been collecting sounds for 18 years!
and it is completely normal that these directories become larger and larger

And Cubase, FruityLoops or Live does not have this problem
Hi devilfish, No I won't say that.

What I don't know is your operating system. So I can't make a fair comparison with my Windows 7 system. The question I would ask is, "Do the other programs you mention load a sound as soon as it is selected?". You can observe the loading as you move down a list of files, using the down arrow (on Windows).

This feature slows the process, and I can't see why it is there. I would not call that a browser problem but I can see that it could be called a browser problem. I would like to see a check box (or modification to the auto play) so that the user can select auto loading if they wished to have it. This would be a minor change to the s/w module for sample selection and loading. Perhaps some-one from Props could comment.

All the best.

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