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2018/12/29 12:01:01 (permalink)

Come on over the water is fine

I suggest for the rest of the members to pop in the new Bandlab Cakewalk forum.
 https://discuss.cakewalk.com/index.php?/forum/2-cakewalk-by-bandlab-general/
 
I think you will really like it and I wont have to come here anymore. The same rules apply there as here. I also think the Staff are outstanding. It is a very cool place. The forum software is up to date and very good too. 

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Re: Come on over the water is fine 2018/12/29 18:04:42 (permalink)
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Re: Come on over the water is fine 2018/12/29 19:03:25 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby Grem 2018/12/31 05:03:36
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The same rules apply there as here.





Are there forum hosts?

 
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Re: Come on over the water is fine 2018/12/29 21:39:33 (permalink)
Done.  Looks good.

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Re: Come on over the water is fine 2018/12/31 09:36:41 (permalink)
Water???... Egads!!! Near our precious electronic equipment and subsequent software running on the aforementioned non-waterproofed equipment?...
 
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Re: Come on over the water is fine 2018/12/31 10:04:48 (permalink)
You're absolutely right! And in cold temperatures water can even freeze!

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Re: Come on over the water is fine 2018/12/31 18:14:21 (permalink)
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John
The same rules apply there as here.





Are there forum hosts?


Crickets.
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Re: Come on over the water is fine 2018/12/31 18:18:03 (permalink)
A very smooth transition. They did a great job. I especially like the looks.

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Re: Come on over the water is fine 2018/12/31 19:14:21 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby jamesg1213 2018/12/31 19:15:38
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Are there forum hosts?





 
There's no need for that kind of language.
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Re: Come on over the water is fine 2018/12/31 19:20:34 (permalink)
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John
The same rules apply there as here.





Are there forum hosts?


Crickets.


Yes. Just like all forums. I don't know when this forum will become read only but I don't expect it will be very long. If you have questions or any other discussion you wish to have the new forum is the place to be. 

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Re: Come on over the water is fine 2018/12/31 19:54:42 (permalink)
Thank you for the link. I know I am old and stupid, but it seems unnecessarily difficult to find cakewalk and especially the forums on bandlab. If you type bandlab.com in your browser address bar you get to a page https://www.bandlab.com/feed where you can log on to your bandlab account, but I do not see any link from that page to anything having to do with cakewalk. If it is there, it is remarkably easy to miss. If you use the search box on that page you do not get anything that will link you to cakewalk as a product, much less the forum. If you click the Explore Bandlab button you get a page https://www.bandlab.com/explore/home that has a tiny list at the bottom which includes a download apps hyperlink, but the list of apps does not include cakewalk.
 
If you type cakewalk.com you get a page with two learn more buttons both of which take you to a page https://www.bandlab.com/products/cakewalk  that provides a description of cakewalk and a download link. It also includes a list of hyperlinks at the very bottom under the heading community, but there is no link to the forums there or anywhere else that I can find on that page. While anyone who has been regularly following these forums will no doubt have learned how to get to the new forum, it does not seem that it will be obvious to any new user.  It is certainly not obvious except to the cognoscenti that you should be looking for a cakewalk forum under "discuss."
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Re: Come on over the water is fine 2018/12/31 21:18:13 (permalink)
I found it by using the links in the sticky sec. above. I added the link in my post to facilitate the move. 

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Re: Come on over the water is fine 2019/01/02 03:47:14 (permalink)
I'll probably die with the closing of this forum.  I really don't use Sonar anymore, but I remain here for the Deals and Hardware threads, both of which have absolutely nothing to do with Sonar/Bandlab and therefore will most likely never exist in the new forum.
 
PS: The Deals thread here is quite possible the best of the frickin' Internet. May it rest in peace when the day comes.
 
EDIT: Uh oh, I guess I should eat my words!  The Deals thread does look like it exists...by popular demand no less!  Hmm...decisions decisions...

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Re: Come on over the water is fine 2019/01/03 15:39:08 (permalink)
I can't seem to get in via IE11 (at work) when trying to "Connect with BandLab". I'm already signed on at the Bandlab site and using the same sign on info, but it won't go past this:
 
Cakewalk will receive:
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  • Your email address
 
Continue
 
 
At home, I click on continue and it takes me to the 'agreement/accept' page at the new forum, but not at work.
 
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Re: Come on over the water is fine 2019/01/03 15:55:15 (permalink)
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Any thoughts on how to get in?




  1. Add cakewalk.com to Compatibility View settings (under the Tools menu/gear icon)
  2. Use a different browser, if possible
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Re: Come on over the water is fine 2019/01/03 16:18:56 (permalink)
Thanks Tele, but adding that to Compatibility View settings didn't work. Still keeps me in the Sign In page (Connect with BandLab). Unfortunately, I can't use another browser as IT won't allow it.
 
It's strange as I can get into a lot of other forums online without any issues.

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Re: Come on over the water is fine 2019/01/03 17:11:21 (permalink)
Have you tried deleting your temporary internet files?
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Re: Come on over the water is fine 2019/01/03 17:29:43 (permalink)
IE 11 has never allowed access on my personal pc either, I have to use Chrome. It would be nice to overcome this obstacle.

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Re: Come on over the water is fine 2019/01/03 18:21:20 (permalink)
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I can't seem to get in via IE11 (at work) when trying to "Connect with BandLab". I'm already signed on at the Bandlab site and using the same sign on info, but it won't go past this:
 
Cakewalk will receive:
  • Your profile
  • Your email address
 
Continue
 
 
At home, I click on continue and it takes me to the 'agreement/accept' page at the new forum, but not at work.
 
Any thoughts on how to get in?




 
Use the link https://discuss.cakewalk.com/index.php
or click Here
Then bookmark the page

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Re: Come on over the water is fine 2019/01/03 18:43:25 (permalink)
I can't login using I.E., My phone and Chrome both work.
 
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Re: Come on over the water is fine 2019/01/03 19:34:32 (permalink)
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I can't login using I.E., My phone and Chrome both work.
 
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This isn't good news for me....I've been hanging out here for the past 6 years (or more) during work hours.
I really hope there's a solution.

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Re: Come on over the water is fine 2019/01/03 19:43:03 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby Mesh 2019/01/03 21:24:09
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I can't login using I.E., My phone and Chrome both work.
 
Rocky




There was an earlier problem with logging in with IE11 which was fixed. However this similar problem has appeared and been around for a few days. Unfortunately it looks like the javascript code is using a method (fetch()) which is not available in IE, so either the script will be updated at some point or IE will be deemed legacy and it will no longer be supported.
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Re: Come on over the water is fine 2019/01/03 22:58:59 (permalink)
I just logged in to the Bandlab Cakewalk forum using MS Edge (win 10 IE 12). No problem except Bing didn't know about Bandlab. 

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Re: Come on over the water is fine 2019/01/04 08:58:51 (permalink)
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I just logged in to the Bandlab Cakewalk forum using MS Edge (win 10 IE 12). No problem except Bing didn't know about Bandlab. 




Yes, Edge is OK, which is why I think IE users will need a specific workaround in the login code, which might not be forthcoming.
 
https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/API/Fetch_API/Using_Fetch#Browser_compatibility
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Re: Come on over the water is fine 2019/01/04 14:30:56 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby Mesh 2019/01/04 14:38:13
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 Bing didn't know about Bandlab. 


That Bing is Berciless (hint: track two)
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Re: Come on over the water is fine 2019/01/04 14:41:38 (permalink)
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John
 Bing didn't know about Bandlab. 


That Bing is Berciless (hint: track two)


Bada Bing bada boom
 
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Re: Come on over the water is fine 2019/01/04 23:03:07 (permalink)
My Browser of choice is Opera. I don't like IE nor Chrome. Edge is OK.  

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Re: Come on over the water is fine 2019/01/05 00:41:40 (permalink)
I would like to see more hot subforum action over at the new place.
 
Hardware Issues, How-To's....right now it's a jumble, and I don't quite get the differentiation between Q&A and General. It'll get sorted I'm sure.
 
Looks great, and I'm glad that the non-Chrome browser logins are getting straightened out. I'm a Firefox fan, and would really rather BandLab not be so Chrome-centric. But, they is what they are.
 
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Re: Come on over the water is fine 2019/01/06 15:44:49 (permalink)
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I would like to see more hot subforum action over at the new place.
 
Hardware Issues, How-To's....right now it's a jumble, and I don't quite get the differentiation between Q&A and General. It'll get sorted I'm sure.
 
Looks great, and I'm glad that the non-Chrome browser logins are getting straightened out. I'm a Firefox fan, and would really rather BandLab not be so Chrome-centric. But, they is what they are.
 
BTW, Is that the Tay Zonday I spotted? Of "Chocolate Rain" fame?


That would be better posted on the new forum. I agree with Q&A being confusing with the General forum. 

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