Help recognising ‘Suite’ functions when upgrading from Free Trial to Standard?

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Jamars73
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Help recognising ‘Suite’ functions when upgrading from Free Trial to Standard?

Post by Jamars73 » Mon Jun 14, 2021 7:05 am

Dear good Abelton People

I have just updated from the free trial to ‘Standard’ Live & as such am having problems saving/exporting etc some of the work I’ve done in the free trial. I understand this is because I’ve used some of the functions from ‘Suite’ whilst in the Free version – my question is how do I clearly recognise/isolate the ‘Suite’ functions I’ve previously (unknowingly) used – In order to delete or replace?

As a newbie I didn’t know if there was an option similar to when you have missing files in a Live set that can identify what/where the functions are ‘missing’ or unable to use in Standard.

As an utterly confused newbie any help would be most welcome.

Many thanks

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Re: Help recognising ‘Suite’ functions when upgrading from Free Trial to Standard?

Post by [jur] » Mon Jun 14, 2021 10:41 am

Hey Jamara,

Unfortunately there's no easy way to do this.
Using the library manager as you mentioned is one way to do it.
You can also use the compare editions page.

You're not the first person asking for this, so I'll make sure to forward to the team so they can hopefully make this more user friendly.
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