Protools 10 not loading plugins.
Old 8th February 2013
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Protools 10 not loading plugins.

Hello All!

When loading protools 10 it loads with no plugins. I tried uninstalling, deleting prefs, clean uninstall, repair disk permissions you name it and done it. Has anyone here seen this problem? If anyone could chime in it would be much appreciated.

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Old 8th February 2013
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Originally Posted by JFernandez View Post
Hello All!

When loading protools 10 it loads with no plugins. I tried uninstalling, deleting prefs, clean uninstall, repair disk permissions you name it and done it. Has anyone here seen this problem? If anyone could chime in it would be much appreciated.

Thanks
maybe try this?

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In Mac OS X 10.7.x - 10.8.x, the Library folder in each User folder is hidden
DigiTrace logs, which can be helpful in troubleshooting Pro Tools errors, are stored in User/Library. These logs will be more difficult
to find if the Library folder is hidden.
To find the Library folder:
? Go to the Finder and click the Go menu while holding the Option key. Library will appear in the menu while the Option key is held.
To display all hidden files and folders in an Open dialog:
? Press Command+Shift.
To permanently unhide the Library folder:
1 Launch Terminal.
2 Type: chflags nohidden /Users/<Username>/Library
Old 8th February 2013
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more nonsense on missing plugs

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"On Mac OS X 10.7.x (“Lion”), any custom location for Avid Virtual Instrument content is not remembered
When installing Avid Virtual Instruments, if you choose a custom location for the content, that location is not remembered, resulting in
error messages when you try to use a virtual instrument plug-in (Boom, Mini Grand, or Xpand) that references a “.big” content file. The
location is not remembered after quitting and relaunching Pro Tools.
To avoid this error, move or reinstall the Avid Virtual Instrument content to the default location in the Applications > Avid folder
http://akmedia.digidesign.com/suppor..._Mac_77569.pdf
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