EvilDragon wrote:There's no procedure. You just install NA, it can coexist with SC. It picks up everything that's already registered on your system. It doesn't break any 3rd party libraries.
Just install NA....so that is
Ok if I do install NA and it causes problems will you jump on a plane and come here to fix it ?
LeVzi wrote:What a pile of crap ! Never before have I seen a more buggy and unstable method of keeping products up to date !
I just tried to upgrade Kontakt to the latest version only to have this stupid NA crash every time, upon reinstalling it, seems to only want to update certain things.
In my particular case, Native Access threw an error message yesterday night every time I tried to update to Kontakt v5.8.0, something in the lines of "the original installation can't be found blah blah blah". I could finish the update afterwards by using the standalone version of the installer (which was not easy to find, by the way, as some people have already pointed out in this thread).
Harry_HH wrote:I don´t care where you add libraries, from the Konakt or via the Native Access. But the trouble is, that the old existing Kontakt libraries have not been able to add by using the Native Access.
Typical case is, when you have for one or other reason lost your system disk, and replaced it, and all your libraries are located in hard drives all over you computer.
You re-isntall the plugin, but wouldn´t like to re-install tons if gigabytes of libraries.
The key question here is: has the NI now, after more than a year, fixed this issue?
topaz wrote:Some legacy libraries are not working, certainly EW RA, my most used library fails in 5.8
And so on......hardly inspires one to bother with NA or this Kontakt update. You're a beta tester at N.I. Evil Dragon, let them know what the user base thinks .
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