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Wierd msg when changing memory allocation.
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Mar 29, 2002, 11:26 PM
 
Hello again guys. I just tried to change the 'preferred size' on an app memory allocation, and after changing it it keeps saying that 'Minimum size and preferred size should be at least 26,950K or 'Pro Tools LE' may crash. Are you shure you want to change the sizes?', but the problem is, I'm allocating 90,000K to it... I though it should be enought !
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Mar 30, 2002, 02:25 PM
 
Originally posted by jeronimo:
<STRONG>Hello again guys. I just tried to change the 'preferred size' on an app memory allocation, and after changing it it keeps saying that 'Minimum size and preferred size should be at least 26,950K or 'Pro Tools LE' may crash. Are you shure you want to change the sizes?', but the problem is, I'm allocating 90,000K to it... I though it should be enought !</STRONG>
This is an error in the SIZE resource in the application. A developer can set several memory values including a preferred and minimum value. It sounds like somehow your application has an incorrect value in one of the fields.

It's nothing to worry about. If you're really concerned grab a copy of ResEdit and edit the SIZE resource ID -1 (or is it ID 0? I forget now).
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