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Can not delete Mackie Control from Control Surface


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Hi,

 

I have rather a strange problem. I have been using Logic ever since version 4 (back in the Windows days) and I have never experienced what I'm experiencing now.

 

I've enclosed a screenshot (don't forget to scroll to the RIGHT as well....yeah.....that bad...) That's how my Control Surface looks like nowadays....ever since I recently upgraded to Logic Pro X.

 

The problem is that I have only:

 

1 Mackie Control Universal

2 x Mackie Control Extender

 

All others can be deleted. And usually you can (right click/ delete) but the delete is greyed out....

 

It's really frustrating because every time I start up Logic I'm getting all the errors because of the 'bad midi connections' even thought I'd love to get rid of them.

 

What I've tried so far:

 

Tried to right click/ delete = not an option (greyed out)

Threw away com.apple.logic.pro.cs = no change

Threw away com.apple.logic10.plist = no change

 

 

Preferences/ Initialize all except key commands = no change

 

 

I would really appreciate some help here because it's driving me NUTS. Can you imagine all the errors you get every time? :(

 

 

Thanks!

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Hi Eric,

 

Thanks for the swift reply.

 

I wanted to reply with " but that's one of the steps I already did' And I did.....(see my initial post...) But I gave it a try anyway and it helped! I'm happy that my initial post showed proof of that I already tried this, but I have no explanation why it worked this time and not 30 minutes ago...

 

I scanned all models (because only 1 extender was recognized) et voila.....done..... But do you happen to know why I can not manually delete these anymore? The delete option is still greyed out strangely enough......

 

thanks!

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I wanted to reply with " but that's one of the steps I already did' And I did.....(see my initial post...) But I gave it a try anyway and it helped! I'm happy that my initial post showed proof of that I already tried this, but I have no explanation why it worked this time and not 30 minutes ago...

 

You probably didn't quit Logic Pro X before trashing the file.

 

I scanned all models (because only 1 extender was recognized) et voila.....done..... But do you happen to know why I can not manually delete these anymore? The delete option is still greyed out strangely enough......

 

thanks!

 

I have not the faintest idea why but I'm glad you sorted it out. :)

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