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    Problem with .cmb files

    Hi.
    I searched on this topic but didn't find what I wanted.

    I made some small changes to an .odf file (regarding the reversibles, recently discussed) and saved it under a different name to the original .odf.
    I exported the settings from the original .odf, and saved it with a recognizeable name.

    When I loaded the .odf I expected that I could import that settings file, and my MIDI assignments etc. would be there, and only need slight editing. But there was nothing. I don't understand why not, if anyone could explain, or help me to retrieve the settings, before I start re-MIDI-learning 80 stops and 30 pistons!

    BTW I changed the Church Name in the new .odf, but when I realized this was not a wise move, I put it back to what it was. Could this have been my downfall?

    Thanks,
    Mick Berg.
    Last edited by Mick Berg; Apr-10-2015 at 07:28. Reason: typo

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    GO will only import settings, if the church name matches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by e9925248 View Post
    GO will only import settings, if the church name matches.
    I understand, so I edited the files to be sure the church names matched. But I could still not import settings!
    Mick.

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    Did you answer the question, if you want to import the non-matching settings with Yes?
    Did you import everything or only the combinations?

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    Quote Originally Posted by e9925248 View Post
    Did you answer the question, if you want to import the non-matching settings with Yes?
    Did you import everything or only the combinations?
    1. Yes, I did.
    2. I imported everything.
    I will try messing around a bit more tonight.
    Mick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mick Berg View Post
    1. Yes, I did.
    2. I imported everything.
    I will try messing around a bit more tonight.
    Mick.
    Well, magically it worked OK tonight. Maybe a computer restart was needed. Anyway all is well, thanks for your replies.
    Mick.

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