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Re: software..somewhat OT


I'm a pretty hard core Mac user, and I have plenty of programs that allow
multipal undos.  I think it has more to do with RAM than how the program is
written than it does with the OS.  Since Photoshop 5, there's been a 
function that let's you go back as far as your memory allows. (it's a ram 
hog, I
must say) it even has a brush that lets you choose a previous memory state 
"paint" with it.  Anyway, I'm not sure if Metro gives you multipal undos, 
I'll check when I get my new G4.

> As far as I the undo, Protools is the same if I remember correctly. It's 
> old school mac paradigm, that some people never fixed. It's been a year
> since I touched Slo-tools myself, so I may have forgotten.
> >
> >
> > > is anyone here using logic on a mac?  i 'd love to hear privately 
> > > anyone who uses this system on a professional or semi-pro basis. i
> > have been
> > > using protools for quite a while, but have been seeing the logic 
> > > around more and more and i'm curious.
> >
> > I hear it has one level of undo and NO redo, and that
> > there's an issue in the architecture such that
> > this will never be rectified.
> >
> > !
> >
> > This would scotch my purchase of it.  I still find this
> > hard to believe but I've heard it on two lists now.
> >
> >   /t
> >
> > --
> >
> > I am the wombat.
> >
> >