Native Instruments Vst2 and Vst3 - Subfolders???
Why don't native instruments vst's create a "Native Instruments" Sub folder with in the VST folder location for both VST2 and VST3 locations?
Just about every other vst company creates its own subfolder, its tidy, instead of having a load of vst files from various vendors.
Here is my issue: I select all Native instruments vst's and put them in to its own subfolder labled "Native instruments"
C:\Program Files\VSTPlugins (original location)
C:\Program Files\VSTPlugins\Native Instruments (new Location)
Now when I open native access, it cant locate them, even when I change to the new location. even reinstalling does not recognise the new location?
I can't do this for vst3 either because there is no option for this???
Can we please from now on set the standard for installing VST's onto their own Company specific subfolders.
Is there a way around this, that wont mess up updates, or break the ability for native access to locate vst's
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