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  1. I can also confirm that this must be a "bug". Thanks for taking the time to formally report. I'll be watching this closely.
  2. I have seen where someone does a "Copy/Paste" of one edited bank to a "Blank Bank" thinking that they were copying the edited one to the new one. But, since the edited one was not saved it simply created a new Blank bank and I believe it does show the new name (not sure and I am not at my unit. Did you ever see the other banks to see if the data was there? As you say: Lesson learned. ALWAY save a patch you are editing an call it "Scratch XXXXX until you are finished and then give it the actual name. Saving multiple times only takes a few seconds and reconstruction can take a long time! Sorry this happened to you, but it seems to be some type of "user err" and not a "known issue" other than "user error" in the Save/Copy/Paste or save to disk/ import process. Can you duplicate this? If so, create a service ticket and it will get fixed, If not, then the answer is some type of user error. Hope you can get it sorted out, regards, Bo
  3. HP i7, 64 bit, Windows 7 Home SP1, VST3 ,Reaper 5.4 all OK here. Also Sonar XIII OK. Bo
  4. No . . . not the way it is suppose to be. The name field as loaded in the IR's Tab should show in the IR's Block and in the IR's Edit section next to the words 1012 or 2024. The Ir's Slot number will show at the right side of the IR's "loaded" slider. You can reference the Ir that way but NOT how it is suppose to be, based on how the Helix Floor and Helix Editor are designed. I'm sure this is an oversite. I created a service ticket and will let you know the responce. Since it is the weeked it will most likely take 5 or 6 days. Thanks for the responce . . .. anyone else haveing this issue? Bo
  5. Not seeing any names for the IRs in either the IR Blocks or the Edit area, Only the IR number Slot. Anyone else?
  6. Helix Native:: Low and behold I can not see any IR names on the Icons or in the edit area on the right hand side. The only clue is the IR slot number. Now I do use the IR numbering system i.e. 001, 002, 003 . . . . not sure if that has an effect. Anyone else not seeing the IR names?
  7. Loaded Native this AM on Windows 7 64 using Latest Reaper 64 and all is VERY GOOD. ONLY use VST3. For those confused on Authorization there are two boxes - the top to "Buy" and the bottom to 'Try Trial Version". If you have already purchased just click the "Trial Version Box" and the top button will change to "Authorize". Follow the "bouncing ball" and all should load. Make SURE if you are taking advantage of any discounts that your other Line6 items are Registered. Just using the Line6Updater DOES NOT register your products. Now . . . . back to my new toy!
  8. Nice post Zooey. Interesting that kit3 uses QT as a front end. Just now getting into that. If I understand you correctly, the issue ONLY arises if you make changes to the IR files "outside" of the Helix. In other words, if you simply export files, do an update, and import them back there is no issue. However; if you make changes to the file data OR change the file order then the issues you mention will become problematic - right? As long as you make changes on the Helix, save on the Helix and then export (perhaps under a different folder name then the "original folder name"); and then import from one of those files,things will line up and have the correct info? Thanks again for the heads up as I never really looked at what was going on. . . . . too busy trying to learn how to play guitar after 40+ years of trying!! lOL Bo
  9. OK here you go - straight from the manual System Requirements To follow are the requirements to install and use Helix Native on your DAW computer system. Note that Helix Native is a 64-bit plug-in and, therefore, requires that your host DAW application supports 64-bit plug-ins. Mac Computers: • Mac OS X 10.10 and 10.11 & macOS 10.12 • 64-bit AAX Native, Audio Units (AU), VST3 or VST2 host DAW software • Supported sample rates: 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz, 88.2 kHz, 96 kHz Windows Computers: • Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8.1, & Windows 10 (64-bit only) • 64-bit AAX Native, VST3 or VST2 host DAW software • Supported sample rates: 44.1kHz, 48kHz, 88.2kHz, 96kHz Minimum Hardware Requirements • Dual-Core 2.0GHz processor or faster • 4GB of RAM • 100MB of free disk space • Internet connection required for license authorization (and for trial version) Bo
  10. EDIT:::: See my second post for answer!!!! Go to the line6 web site - download the user manual and at the end it gives you the required specs for Apple and Windows. I don't know Apple but it sounds like you may need to upgrade. For windows it's Windows 7. Bo
  11. Hello, with over 30 years using MIDI I have not run across the term "DIM" - so I am assuming that is a RC-505 term. If what you are trying to do is control this unit from some of the footswitches on the Helix you my wish to go to CustomTone site and download my patch MIDI CONTROL 1. There are extensive notes describing how to use the Helix to control a DAW Record, Start, Stop, Pause and Rewind using the Helix. It should be very similar, if not exact, in controlling your looper. Your RC-505 manual should have a MIDI Spec Sheet with the commands to do what you want and if so, just change my commands to those items. Then again . . . . . .. UUUU ... What Phil_m said! Good luck, Bo Baker
  12. gbbaker

    Coming soon...

    I must say that it has been a treat to follow all the posts on this topic. I have to give Line6 a high 5 for having the B_lls to post a projected release date on the Native software. Having been involved in several software development projects, I know what it takes to bring a program like this to market! All I learned about "release dates" can be traced back to a little 7 year old girl and an 8 year old boy. The story goes like this . . . . . A little 8 year old boy ran up to the sweet 7 year old smoking girl and whispered into her ear . . . " I want , what I want, when I want it!" . . . .. The little girl proceeded to punch him directly in the nose, and whispered into his ear . . . . . "You'll get, what I got, when I get it!" 'nuff said .. . . this one's for you DI!!! Bo
  13. gbbaker

    Where is Native?

    I must say that it has been a treat to follow all the posts on this topic. I have to give Line6 a high 5 for having the B_lls to post a projected release date on the Native software. Having been involved in several software development projects, I know what it takes to bring a program like this to market! All I learned about "release dates" can be traced back to a little 7 year old girl and an 8 year old boy. The story goes like this . . . . . A little 8 year old boy ran up to the sweet 7 year old smoking girl and whispered into her ear . . . " I want , what I want, when I want it!" . . . .. The little girl proceeded to punch him directly in the nose, and whispered into his ear . . . . . "You'll get, what I got, when I get it!" 'nuff said .. . . this one's for you DI!!! Bo
  14. I must say that it has been a treat to follow all the posts on this topic. I have to give Line6 a high 5 for having the B_lls to post a projected release date on the Native software. Having been involved in several software development projects, I know what it takes to bring a program like this to market! All I learned about "release dates" can be traced back to a little 7 year old girl and an 8 year old boy. The story goes like this . . . . . A little 8 year old boy ran up to the sweet 7 year old smoking girl and whispered into her ear . . . " I want , what I want, when I want it!" . . . .. The little girl proceeded to punch him directly in the nose, and whispered into his ear . . . . . "You'll get, what I got, when I get it!" 'nuff said .. . . this one's for you DI!!! Bo
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