I don't own AG, so I can't test it out.. You might want to ask the AG support line about that. I'm presuming that AG requires the use of at least one Scripter script in order to do what it does. And so does the multi port template. Do you have them both going? Try switching around the order. I will try to put some thought into what happens with Program change to see if that is the reason, but I have no knowledge about the AG script to know if its compatible with VEP Multi Port encoding at all. Try asking AG support.
You might want to have them look at the section on this thread about midifx handling. I suspect AG has their own way of processing ports which may not be compatible with vsl multiport template, but could be adapted
Update: I have since purchased AG. Unfortunately I do not think it will be possible to use it together with the VSL multi-port macro workaround. In order for AG to cooperate with the multi-port macro it will need its generated scripts to recognize CC99 messages and handle them appropriately. The author of AG says he is working on his own multi-port solution so I do not think he will ever make AG compatible with VSL's multi-port macro.
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