Patcher won't open in Max 5.1 when edit button is pressed in Live


    Dec 02 2009 | 6:25 am
    All is installed fine on two computers-- laptop (Snow Leopard) works great. Mac Pro (Leopard) won't show the patcher window. When I click the edit button in Live, the controls in the M4L plugin gray out as expected, and Max 5.1 starts up-- but no patcher window opens.
    Anyone have any ideas? Thanks!!

    • Dec 03 2009 | 5:30 am
      I have a similar problem. My installation of max for live works fine in snow leopard but on leopard max crashes when I try and edit a max for live patch in live or when I try and open max 5 from the application menu.
      I had previously installed beta versions of max for live on the computer that doesn't work. How do I perform a clean install of max for live?
    • Dec 03 2009 | 6:55 pm
      Into support with you both, if you haven't already
      support@cycling74.com
      -A
    • Dec 04 2009 | 9:16 am
      I know--- it was happening over the holiday, of course-- so there was no support@cycling74.com available :)
      Besides, lots of folks are sharing their issues here, to see if anyone has ideas.
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    • Dec 04 2009 | 9:31 am
      Andrew-- sorry! I didn't realize you ARE part of support@cycling74.com...! :) It might be good to have that in your sig. :D
      I'll definitely get it written up once I get back on the studio (leopard) computer.