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Toast 7 won't open os9 Toast Files on Dual boot Mac


ctvmusic

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Hi everyone.

 

I just added OSX (Tiger) to our G4 creating a dual boot Mac. Originally we ran Toast 5 in OS9 and everything was fine. To run in OSX we got Toast 7 and it fine (with the exception of my other question posted on this discussion board). My issue is trying to read the old Toast files on with Toast 7.

 

I am able to open old files (in OSX) if I compiled audio tracks and saved the toast 5 file (in OS9) to the same folder that the audio files are in.

 

I can not easily open the old files if I saved the toast 5 to a folder tthat doesn't contain the source audio files. If I try to open said file in OSX I get the warning:

 

Connection Failed...Server may not exist

 

Clicking OK brings up the next warning:

 

File could not be found

 

At this point I can quit and switch over to OS9 and open the file there or I can rebuild the session in OSX and save it in the OSX world.

 

Does anybody know how to get Toast work?

 

Thanks,

mitch

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