Where did the MSG memories functionality in version 5, go to?

That was very useful function. It allowed for quickly saving and recalling MSGs.

There is an import and export function, for MSG memories, but it doesn't appear to do anything.


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The configuration of the MSG Editor and the Evolution Editor is much more adjustable in V5. You can turn on the V5 MSG Memories in the MSG tab of the main preferences dialog.

Some of the re-configuraiton options in that preferences tab (like the number of previews and the preview size options) only become active after you quit and restart Studio Artist.


It's been so long since I turned the memories options on, I'd forgotten about setting it in preferences


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