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hi all thanks to all who have helped me so far. todays questions are. how do i delete a completed musicsl sequence and the recent files under the file tab thanks

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ok would want to know why. but when you click on open a file tab. you'll see all your sequences, right click and delete.

any sequences you do you should save. doesn't matter what it looks like and doesn't take that much room on your hard drive. go back after you've been doing it for awhile and say how can i make this better.

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I suspect the question was really:

How do I remove a [renamed or deleted] file from the 'File' -> 'Recent Files' menu item?

The answer is:
  1. Close the Sequence Editor
  2. Click "Start", then "Run...", then type "regedit". (Warning: You are about to modify the Windows Registry!)
  3. Browse to "My ComputerHKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareLight-O-RamaEditorRecentFiles".
  4. Find the value with the [old] file name and delete it.
  5. If there are values with numbers greater than the one you just deleted, then you will need to rename them all, or the Sequence Editor won't be able to find them. That is, if you just deleted "File4", then you need to rename "File5" to "File4", "File6" to "File5", etc.

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michael.farney

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ok would want to know why. but when you click on open a file tab. you'll see all your sequences, right click and delete.

any sequences you do you should save. doesn't matter what it looks like and doesn't take that much room on your hard drive. go back after you've been doing it for awhile and say how can i make this better.





This will only delete the sequence from your hard drive. The file will still remain in your recent files list. Why? Well, quite frankly...because it is still a recent file. :D

Kidding aside, deleting files on the hard drive won't reset the list. Unless you know exactly what you're doing, I wouldn't recommend editing your registery either. However, this will certainly work. LOR doesn't give you a capability to reset this list, so you do have to hack the registery to make changes. If you wait long enough and/or open a lot of new, unique files in LOR, the old ones will drop off the list eventually.
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