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Re: edp loop copy question
On 18 feb 2007, at 21.24, Sandy Rowles wrote:
> I POSTED THIS QUESTION THE OTHER DAY BUT DIDN'T HAVE ANY REPLIES.
> THERE MAY NOT BE AN ANSWER BUT I'M GONNA ASK AGAIN JUST IN CASE.
> I'M TRYING TO FIND OUT IF THERE IS A WAY TO DO A LOOP COPY OF A
> LOOP BESIDES THE ONE YOU ARE CURRENTLY IN. FOR EXAMPLE...COULD I BE
> IN LOOP 2 AND GO INTO LOOP 3 WHILE IT IS RESET AND MAKE IT COPY
> LOOP 1 INSTEAD OF LOOP 2? I AM OPEN TO ANY INPUT ON THIS EVEN IF IT
> IS JUST SAY SAY THAT YOU CAN NOT DO IT. THANKS
I do well remember your post, but it was difficult to answer since
you did not tell which looping device you were asking about. So I
jumped over that post to let someone else answer, thinking I might
have missed an earlier post that gave the background. Now that I know
you're talking about the EDP I can say that I don't think that
machine can do what you are asking for.
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