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    Default Version mismatch?

    I have recently discovered a site that gives free traktor remix sets and 3/4 of them are great and very fun samples to play around with but occasionally I get the odd remix set that comes with a message saying "error on importing content set, version mismatch" This is when I try and import slightly older files, surely traktor would allow you to import older "remix sets" ??? anyone know a way to fix this?
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    Possiby they were created with 2.51, which are not compatible with 2.6
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jester View Post
    Possiby they were created with 2.51, which are not compatible with 2.6
    Is there a way to make it work? Or another match perhaps?

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    Default It is a shame, any way to fix this?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jester View Post
    Possiby they were created with 2.51, which are not compatible with 2.6
    Do you know of any workaround or way to convert the files? Do you know what happened to the Remixdeckset.com guys? I think as more and more people use Traktor and purchase F1s and other midi triggers for their remix decks a wesite that enables the open and free exchange of remix sets in a user friendly environment would be exponentially more popular as time goes by. Buying them is ok but there just are not enough producers making them and for us weekend warrior guys finding an amateur bedroom dj that is creative to create cool sets is gold. Even the ones I make I would love to find a hub to share as I will never sell them due to copyright laws.

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