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  • #2
    You can go in :

    ∼/Library/Application Support/Five12/Numerology/ModulePresets/

    and delete the preset that you want erase.
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    • #3
      thanks.but there's only StackLibrary folder under Numerology folder.is it hidden?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by dustymirror View Post
        thanks.but there's only StackLibrary folder under Numerology folder.is it hidden?
        have you see the folder in your home or the folder that is in the root ?

        here a se only the StackLibrary folder

        /Library/Application Support/Five12/Numerology/ModulePresets/

        and here

        ∼/Library/Application Support/Five12/Numerology/ModulePresets/

        i can see even the ModulePresets folder
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        • #5
          So, something I should cover off on that I think many people find confusing about OS X, is that there are three "Library" directories, two of which are easy to confuse:

          - There is one in your home directory, which is where your prefs, application support dir and other goodies live. I usually refer to this directory as
          <your home dir>/Library/... but the proper unix notation is
          ~/Library, as "~" in unix terminology means "your home directory".

          - There is a Library directory at the top of your hard drive. This is for system-level stuff. The app support subdirectory there is where the N3 installer puts the factory stack library. This is also where most installed AUs and VSTs live. I refer to this directory as either
          <your hard drive>/Library/... or just
          /Library

          - Finally, there is a third Library dir that lives in the System directory. That directory is only stuff that belongs to OS X; only Apple puts stuff there.

          Now back to Module Presets:

          All the stuff that you generate goes into the 'home dir' based location:

          <your home dir>/Library/Application Support/Five12/Numerology/ModulePresets/

          The top-level app support directory (/Library/Application Support/Five12) is (as mentioned above) just for stuff that Numerology installs -- i.e. the factory stack library. You can totally delete stuff in there if you want, but MOST IMPORTANTLY: do not put anything there, as it will be deleted when you run the installer. The general rule, which goes for most anything on OS X, is that any files you create should be in your home directory.

          Cheers,
          Jim

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          • #6
            very strange.it is there,but hidden.and show hidden files command in osx doesn't work. i'm under osx 10.5. finally i druged out a link of ModulePresets from the export preset dailog.

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