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If i make a new set of my own actions, where do they end up on the hard drive and will i be able to save them to a disk and give to friends?
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You Can save your actions anywhere where you want by
clicking on the arrow (triangle)at right corner of
actions palette and choosing "Save Actions..." from
the pull-down menu. For load choose "Load Actions..."
The additional actions is the .ATN files.
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bah.......right infront of me.......typical :)
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