When I did the update, I got a black skin too, that would not load any programs. I then had to go back and make sure the installer xml file was in the same folder as the new Nebula reverb dll. After that, it loaded properly, with the red skin, and after scanning, all programs showed up. Hope this helps.
giancarlo wrote:well, you can't have all functionalities using a popup menu, this is obvious. Even "last menu" feature is just a workaround... but here the question: almost all other products are based on similar popup menus (and often they are even worse); nebula was considered "convoluted" especially cause the preset browser...
Im totally ok with the "Browser" idea, im just saying that its currently, not really a browser, but a Pop-up menu with all its drawbacks.
We can't really compare nebula with any other product, cause nothing out there has even remotely this much functionality in one plugin, so the menus are much much smaller to deal with. You have one plugin for tape, then you only have a short menu of speeds/etc. Or types of reverb on a dedicated plugin.
Thats why it's crucial to have a great browser built in, cause nebula is like a plugin within a plugin with all these insane amounts of programs.
I think it would be perfect if you could somehow click on / stay at and jump back to various levels of the tree. Much like an explorer view with directories. One can always dream ...
oh no, i spoke too soon. i just realized that all of my 3rd party libraries are working fine with 1.3.464 but the commercial library isn't.
when i select a commercial program the program number changes but the program name is always 'Init' and all of the levels are at 0dB (or -192.5 dB). again, all 3rd party and free programs are working fine.
i checked my XMLs which i hadn't made any changes to and they're fine. my datapath is what it's always been.
in my case this is happening on windows 7 32 and 64bit versions of nebula3 pro.
any ideas? were we supposed to download a new library or something?
any help appreciated. thanks, marco
EDIT: PS: a few commercial programs are working but the majority result in 'Init'.