Angus_FX wrote:@ basscakes - very strange. what's your screen resolution, and what items do you get in the GURU menu?
borg64 wrote:Ok, last idea from me is to change the location of your Dock temporarily just to check if a piece of the window is hidden underneath (i.e. the GURU window is launched outside your viewable area). In that case, just drag it back. I know, it's an extremely long shot but I had this happen to my iTunes once and this did the trick.
borg64 wrote:For the missing standalone version window, have you tried launching GURU with your resolution scaled down to 1920x1200 (for example)?
HansO wrote:Just had to let you know that GURU is now working flawlessly after a painful upgrade to Leopard 10.5.4. I am talking about GURU version 1.5.6 here. The newest version 1.5.12 actually worked for a little while until it stopped. I don't know what I might have done to cause this. But after doing the guru.plist trick, a few errors and restarts - the 1.5.6 works for me! Both RTAS and standalone. I can continue my work.
GrahamWhite wrote:I have a mac 2.4 ghz, I i still cant get it working as a stand alone or with logic even after
trying everything i learned in this forum. Can anyone help me, it keeps crashing when i try and
load it. To install i copied data folder to harddrive after running update. I called the tech support
but no one has called me back yet. I really want to get this up and running, bought it 4 weeks ago
Angus_FX wrote:Don't run the disk installer, it's the v1.5.12 update installer you need to run.
Then start Logic, run its AU Manager, and re-scan GURU in that. Once you do so, you should get the multi outs.
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