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Trying to revert to older CD Spin Doctor to avoid bugs


PEW

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Upon opening AIFF file, defining tracks (auto and/or manual), resaving the file and closing Spin Doctor, I reopen the file and find that all of the work that went into track definition was not saved. The date/time stamp on the file does reflect the time that I resaved, but no track definition info is found.

 

I'm using CDSD 3.1t together with Toast 7.1.2, and I'm apparently not the only person having this problem. Has anyone uncovered a solution? (Deleting the plist file doesn't do it.)

 

Should I go back to older version of Toast and Spin Doctor? Can someone please advise how I should do that?

 

Thanks for your help!

 

Peter

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Does this happen when you choose Open Recent Audio File and select the file from this list that appears?

 

Sadly, it still yields the same problem. I was hoping that someone had solved this by now, or that Roxio had stepped up and provided an update. Thanks Tsantee; any other thoughts?

 

Go Ducks!

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I still use Spin Doctor 2 (from Toast 6) because of this problem, but I use Toast 7 for burning CDs, and Toast 8 for DVDs (very nice Media Browser and file conversions). The only problem I've had using the old Spin Doctor with 10.4.8 (and .9) is that the time label on top is no longer accurate. But I can live with that in order to get a file that saves the track information.

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