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Workaround: Incorrect macro names displayed ATOM SQ

With the release of Studio One 5.3 on June 29, 2021, an issue occurs with the implementation of how custom macro names are displayed on ATOM SQ's screen and also in the external device editor.

We are aware of the issue and are working on addressing it in the next Studio One 5 update.

In the meantime, users can use the workaround detailed below to restore the their custom macro names.

Windows 10:

  • Copy and paste the following file into the address bar of File Explorer
    • C:\Program Files\PreSonus\Studio One 5\devices\PreSonus\ATOM\ATOM SQ
  • Right click on the XML file named "ATOM SQ.surface"
  • Hover your mouse over Open With and select Notepad
    • If you have any other text editing program with markup functionality, that would also work.
  • After Notepad opens the XML file press ctrl + F to open the Find menu
  • Copy the following text in the Find What field
    • <UserCommandSection name="UserCommands" pages="8" localize="false">
  • Click Find Next
    • Notepad should jump to and highlight the text in the XML file
  • Change the localize= parameter from "false" to "true"
    • The text should like this after edited:
    • <UserCommandSection name="UserCommands" pages="8" localize="true">
    • You can also just copy and paste the above line to replace the old one.
  • Save the file by clicking File > Save
    • If a Save As window pops up, make sure to change the Save as type dropdown from .txt to All Files and make sure the file is saved as "ATOM SQ.surface.xml".
  • Reset the ATOM SQ device or restart Studio One

macOS:

  • Open Finder
  • Open the Applications folder
  • Secondary click on Studio One 5
  • Click Show Package Contents
  • Navigate to the following folder
    • Contents > devices > PreSonus > ATOM > ATOM SQ
  • Secondary click on the ATOM SQ.surface.xml file
  • Highlight Open With and select TextEdit
    • If you have any other text editing program with markup functionality, that would also work.
  • Press CMD + F
  • Paste the following line in the search box and press Enter
    • <UserCommandSection name="UserCommands" pages="8" localize="false">
  • Change the localize= parameter from "false" to "true"
    • The text should like this after edited:
    • <UserCommandSection name="UserCommands" pages="8" localize="true">
    • You can also just copy and paste the above line to replace the old one.
  • Save the file by clicking File > Save
    • If your operating system says the file is locked, duplicate the file, make the change then replace it with the old .xml file.
  • Make sure that the file is being saved as an .xml file and not a .txt file.
  • Reset the ATOM SQ device or restart Studio One

 

 

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