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Store Group Settings error

artis, modified 3 Years ago.

Store Group Settings error

Youngling Posts: 7 Join Date: 5/24/16 Recent Posts

Hi! I am trying to store group settings to speakers but I am getting error message saying: Access violation at address 000BDB27, accessing address 000001A4. 

What could be the problem?

GLM version 3.1.1  and SAM file in attachment.

Side question, is GLM 3.1.1 compatible with Mojave?


Best regards,


artis, modified 3 Years ago.

RE: Store Group Settings error

Youngling Posts: 7 Join Date: 5/24/16 Recent Posts

Followup information, if someone has the same problem. I slowed it with complete clean reinstallation of GLM. Not only removing files from Application folder, but from booth System and User Library folders as well. Made new group from scratch and was able to store settings to GLM. Now I don't need to run GLM in background anymore.