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On 20/12/2018 at 4:06 PM, Leisinger said:

Is it safe playing around with .dll files like that? I've never done that before.

You'll probably find a few versions of openal32.dll on your pc - i certainly wouldn't recommend swapping any in the C:\windows\ system sub folders, but changing the one in the pinsound folder will be fine, and if you have a backup of the original (just rename it openal32.olddll or something) you can always change it back if you do have any problems with pinsound studio.

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Yes, the issue i had with star trek 1991 using v18.8.3 was pinsound studio crashing out, but that only occurred if the pinsound studio wasn't maximised or minimised - which it wasn't when i was testing. Once i opened it and  minimised it instead of running it in a small desktop window everything worked ok.


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