since i got myself a new mac i have only been running commercial libraries but today i felt for trying to find a good phaser. so i imported the vectors and programs from the NL_PhzWhaTmrLslVvk and launched logic but by some reason they won't show up in the category list?
ok so how do i generate a new license file? im on a mac so nebula3license.exe wont work. i tried moving my current Nebula3.ser (the one from my old mac) and reinstalling the plugin and then launch it but the new Nebula3.ser won't show up in /Library/Audio/Presets/AcusticaAudio/Nebula3...
Actually since a couple of months ago I've been having the same problem. Regardless of what I do, none of the RELS category programs will show up in the browser, neither in AU nor VST.
Nebula is showing that it is registered on the DISK page and I have a Nebula.ser file in the right place, so it doesn't seem to be a registration problem.
Mac OSX 10.6.8, Nebula 1.3.492, Mac Pro Nehalem 2x2.93GHz, 14Gb RAM, DP7.23.
UPDATE: When I remove all programs except the RELS category, the browser loads all of the RELS compressors (subcategorized properly as Low end, Numerical and Hi end) and the main PRE category which contains only INIT. So, only the compressors load successfully. Any clues?
The odd thing about this is that if I throw away scanboot.xml and restart Nebula, it generates a new scanboot.xml which does contain all of the programs. So the issue seems to be somewhere between scanboot.xml and the browser.