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From: Pc-audio [mailto:pc-audio-boun...@pc-audio.org] On Behalf Of Dave
Sent: Friday, 16 June 2017 1:43 AM
Subject: Question On Soundforge
I've been a happy SoundForge user since 2002.
Recently I had a partial system crash and had to reconfigure and
reinstall the program.
Everything is working fine but for one small but annoying problem. How
do I get rid of the files with the SFK extension that are saved with the
conclusion of every project? They are saved along with my final mixes.
I know there was a way to do this but since it literally has been a few
years since I had to reinstall Sound Forge I have forgotten how. I've
looked through the menus and it isn't obvious. It is one of those (set
it and forget it) functions. I set it and forgot it a few years ago.
Can someone on the list fill me in on how to do this??
Deleting those SFK files gets old real fast.
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