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    I just updated to version 4.5 and all my user macros have disappeared. How can I get them back. It was a large library and I would rather not have to design them all again.

    Posted By: Greg on Feb 10, 2016 08:09AM Category: Front Panel Designer

    Hi,

    You should still have your library file, which is named UserMacros.fml

    Are you using Mac? It looks like the path has changed from

    "User"/.FrontDesign/UserMacros.fml

    to

    "User"/Library/Application Support/FrontDesign/UserMacros.fml


    This is the Windows path:
    "User"/AppData/Roaming/FrontDesign

    You can import a macro file into FPD with Edit->Settings ->Interface->Macro files... Or you move the fml file into above mentioned path.

    Please let me know if it worked. If not I need to know what OS you are using. I apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for your feedback.

    Best regards,
    Diane

    Posted By: Diane Haensel on Feb 10, 2016 09:29PM

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    I found the macro.fml file BUT any attempt to attach it to Front designer gets this rejection....Macro object database error macro objects are not available(26:SQLITE_NOTADB[26]: file is encrypted or is not a data base

    This is the same message that I get when I launch front Designer

    Posted By: Ron Cass on Feb 15, 2016 10:33PM

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    I just emailed you the previous version FPD4.4. Please use this until we have the bug fixed.

    I apologize for the trouble and thank you for your patience.

    Best regards,
    Diane

    Posted By: Diane Haensel on Feb 15, 2016 11:12PM

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    version 4.4 gave me the same message. I located the macro data base file and tried to import it with no luck. I copied a macro from another .fpd file and pasted it into a new design successfully but could not save it into the user macro list.

    Posted By: Ron Cass on Apr 23, 2016 02:51AM

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    Hello again. I have the same problem as Ron Cass. Any chance you can email me version FPD4.4 too?

    Posted By: Greg Dodson on Feb 16, 2016 12:58PM

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