Currently Being ModeratedFeb 16, 2013 6:31 PM (in response to lachinelli)Re: Why presets are saved in the wrong setlist or sometimes even saved when I didn't "send"?
I haven't heard of this problem before. Can you help us reproduce the problem by providing an exact and specific description (recipe) of the steps we can use to create the undesired/unexpected behaviour? Please be specific, describing every touch of every button in sequence. Try to use the simplest situation, with the fewest steps, to consistently and reliably reproduce your problem.
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 16, 2013 8:05 PM (in response to silverhead)Re: Why presets are saved in the wrong setlist or sometimes even saved when I didn't "send"?
It's not something that happens all the time, so I can't specify an exact way to reproduce it. It seems to happen more often when I open POD HD500 Edit and I start working without changing setlist. At the time of saving a patch, it simply saves in another setlist, not the one that is selected at that moment. As I explained above, I change setlists everytime I open POD HD500 Edit in case the program doesn't receive accurate information. Last time I didn't work on nor create any patch; just went through some setlists, played, and that's it. I closed POD HD500 Edit, then unplugged the USB cable. As usual, the last patch selected had the * character showing, so I switched to the next patch and came back to the previous one, but this time was showing a patch which is originally in another setlist, but was saved in the setlist that doesn't belong to and not showing the *, that is a saved patch in that position, just as I explained above. That's as accurate as I can be as this doesn't happen all the time, but when it does, it ruins my setlists and I have to recover them from the saved setlists in my computer, afraid of this problem happening again when sending those patches.
By the way, the USB cable is plugged to the front of my CPU and as I recall, those ports go direct to the motherboard, so they don't go through any hub nor share the connection.