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Hi,
The settings in Preferences>Audition doesn't seem to load properly when restarting Opusmodus.
However, the settings of the popup-menues are saved since last session, and when opening the Audition window the settings will reload.

I'm on OS 10.9.5 (Mavericks), Opusmodus 1.0.15921
All the best,
Erik

 

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Ok, great, thanks.
All the best,
Erik

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