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ZoomLib: General discussion / Re: ZoomLib v1.0.1 for Windows
« on: January 18, 2020, 05:31:32 AM »
Hi Guys.
Just an update-looks like the file must have been corrupted since , by ensuring the file was in the same folder as the Zoomlib program as suggested ( thanks for that tip, Dave) , it now loads correctly without any issues. It could also be that the file extension was G1on, not GX10n to match my pedal, although I am not aware of any differences in the patches between the two pedals, apart from the file extension. I'm going to compare the files later with a file viewer at HEX level, and see if I can work out the problem. Even more importantly, the Zoomlib now opens correctly with a well defined right-hand pane for the pedal, something it did not do  before, and dragging the patches across works well from those on the Zoompatch exchange site. Just remember to log in , or it won't work, as I found!
Incidentally I understand from another member 'downunder' ( I'm in the UK), that he is having issues accessing this site. I have never had any such problems before, and currently it is absolutely fine as far as I am seeing. A server issue, presumably...?
Thanks again,
Mike

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ZoomLib: General discussion / Re: ZoomLib v1.0.1 for Windows
« on: January 16, 2020, 08:50:51 AM »
Hi Dave.
Tried your technique, but still cannot open the file. Fortunately Zoomlib worked correctly this time, connecting to the G1xon, and so I can play with the current files. Sadly when I hit 'restore' it will ONLY show files with the Gx1on extension, not the G1on extension , and this is the file I want to load. I have tried altering the file extension, but it still refuses to load it. Of course the file may be corrupted, but since there is no difference ( as far as I am aware, having played with Gx1on and G1on files in Tonelib interchangeably) between the different files, why will the pedal not load files with the G1on extension, and presumably adding the X doesn't fool the program.
Any help gratefully accepted!

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ZoomLib: General discussion / Re: ZoomLib v1.0.1 for Windows
« on: December 18, 2019, 07:59:22 AM »
 I have managed to download the single patches such as the excellent Apache one, but I also have a complete set of the Art D'Echo patches for this pedal, designed to be opened with ZoomLib. But Zoomlib ALWAYS loads with the Zoom Patch exchange threads in the left-hand pane, and it never allows me to load the Art D'Echo patches using the Full Restore button. I had hoped to upload the patches individually, but I cannot do that until I can load them on the predal to split the information. Anyone help? Does ZoomLib exist as a stand-alone, or does it always have the Zoom patch exchange details in the l/h pane?

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G1on / G1Xon / Re: (G1Xon) APACHE
« on: December 18, 2019, 07:55:06 AM »
Hi.
Thanks-as I said in my email, I have managed to download the single patches such as your excellent Apache one, but I also have a complete set of the Art D'Echo patches for this pedal, designed to be opened with ZoomLib. But Zoomlib ALWAYS loads with the zoom patch exchange threads in the left-hand pane, and it never allows me to load the Art D'Echo patches using the Full Restore button. I had hoped to upload the patches individually, but I cannot do that until I can load them on the predal to split the information. Anyone help?

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G1on / G1Xon / Re: (G1Xon) APACHE
« on: December 17, 2019, 12:45:51 PM »
Hi.
I have a Shadows G1XonALL file that I cannot open with zoom library, either when connected to my pedal, or using the library as a stand alone. And when i do load the ZoomLib program, the Zoom Patch Exchange website shows on the left-hand pane. Even if I drag the file to the program it ignores it, and when I try to open the file with the ZoomLib program it again ignores it. And when I use the Full restore button, the file just hangs and the program does not respond.
I have managed to download patches from the site, and they go without any problem to the pedal. Plus the full backup works correctly as well. So I am somewhat mystified, to put it mildly. Any suggestions?

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