Currently Being ModeratedMay 7, 2012 3:35 PM (in response to jonathan113)
Hmm. Seems like it has become a recurrent problem, and I don't have an answer for that.
When it happenned to me, though, I exported the project as an OMF file, thinking that at least I could have the audio saved in it's respective place on the timeline, and... hey presto. The save as became available again. I don't know why the save as became unlocked by exporting an OMF, but that's what happenned for me.
In my case, although it has happenned on a couple of occasions, it has been only for the projects that were open at the time.
Currently Being ModeratedMay 7, 2012 5:37 PM (in response to jonathan113)
Here's a couple of things to try:
Try using the "Save As" command and saving under a new name.
Try using the "Save As" command and navigate to the location of the original file and saving using the same name.
If you can get it saved at any location quit Logic and repair permissions.
I've posted this elsewhere...
Since you're still on Snow Leopard I would definitely run this fix.
Follow the instructions exactly, no more, no less.
The support article has a link to the Prokit you need to install. (after following the instructions).
If this doesn't help it's possible you have a corrupted project.
(Don't delete the "ProKit.framework" the support article mentions, just move it in case you need to move it back)
Currently Being ModeratedMay 8, 2012 12:17 PM (in response to Pancenter)
thanks for the suggestions but none of them worked. i was unable to locate that file and afetr i downloaded the fix it told me i didnt need it because i had the latest version. and its not just that particular project even old projects or new ones wont save, which is very fustrating. would you happen to know if i reinstall logic would my channel strip setting be erased along with my custom drum kits?
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