socialjusticeman wrote:Just remove the "abletonindex" executable.
Just go to task manager or activity monitor, find the path to the executable and delete the damn thing.
Then just use finder or explorer to find files.
Who the hell wants to use Ableton's browser anyway?
You guys don't name your samples?
You don't keep them in reasonable folders?
just delete the process. Problem solved.
Ok, Wait ... you have GOT to be shitting me! Really? There must be a kink in the hose here somewhere. This works on a PC, right? You mean to tell me that this huge problem that seems to bother a rather fully sized group of users is simply KILLSWITCHED? All someone has to do is just ... oh, I don't know ... USE THEIR COMPUTER? So just so I have this straight, all I will have to do (if I decide I do not prefer the stock Live 9 file operating system) is to simply use the same filing/sorting method that I have used since I created it 20+ years ago and this whole "Live 9's browser sucks" thing all just goes away?
Oh for the sake of ..... meh, whatever.
Seriously is it really just that easy to do? Just plain old "Don't use Live's filing system" ??? Really that easy, huh? Holy shit, I like it that much better already, and I have not even used Live 9 yet! I have bought the license and downloaded the program, but until I get the computer upgrade completed I cannot use Live 9 on a Pent4 with only 2gb RAM (at least that is what I've been told). I bought Live 9 now due to the availability of Live 9 at a fairly reduced cost, so that's why I bought the software first THEN the computer (in case anyone was wondering).
So I wonder if I can simply use the same filing sorting system in Live Lite 8 (y'know, the computer's own "DOS" so to speak) so I can get used to a sample naming/filing system now, and then be that much more proficient at it's operation when I get Live 9 online. How may I do this same operation in Live Lite 8 (so that I may try it out).