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From: "Sami Jumppanen" <sami.jumppanen@...>
Sent: Friday, March 03, 2006 12:58 AM
Subject: Re: [Audacity-users] Need help finding ".AU" files....
On 02/03/06, Billy Geiger <scalemodeler@...> wrote:
> <<<<<Just delete the folder named <projectname>_data along with the =
-aup project file.>>>>>
> Just call me stupid, Sami, but where would I find the "project"?
No stupid people here (I can only include myself ;). You find it from
where you saved it to. If you don't ever save it, you only might find
some temporary files, where ever that is set to be for _your_
Audacity. Check the settings for that location.
When you save a project to, say E:\projects\ with a name AProject.aup,
you end up having that file AND a folder named AProject_data. Clear?
> (That was probably discussed before I was a member, but (more than =
likely) it was aired during my early membership period, and I didn't =
"latch" on to it because at that time it failed to peak my interest....)
Ok, makes sense. And searching the archives is ... not a way to ask
anything. I mean, I didn't check the archives myself for this!
Sami "Some-E" Jumppanen
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