If you are a Windows user who is having difficulty installing a presets file or library, or saving a back-up copy of your start file:

Sorry for the problems you're having. We're still trying to figure out what's causing MacGAMUT to close whenever a very few Windows 64-bit users try to open or save a file from within the MacGAMUT application. The good news is that it's happened to very, very, very few people. The bad news is that it's happening to you!

There's an easy way to avoid the problem while we work on a more permanent solution. You only need to do this once, and from then on, you will be able to install new presets and libraries, and to save back-up copies of your start file. It may very slightly change the way MacGAMUT looks when it operates, but it doesn't affect anything else on your computer.

On Windows 10:

  1. Click on All apps, open the MacGAMUT folder, and then right-click the MacGAMUT 6 application icon and select Open File Location. Then right-click the MacGAMUT 6 application icon and choose Properties.

  2. Click on the Compatibility tab. Click on Run this program in compatibility mode for and choose Windows 7. Then click on the box next to Reduced color mode and Disable display scaling (make sure all three boxes are checked), and click OK.

On Windows 8:

  1. Locate the MacGAMUT 6 tile.

  2. Right-click the MacGAMUT 6 tile and select Open File Location. Then right-click the MacGAMUT 6 application icon and choose Properties.

  3. Click on the Compatibility tab. Click on Run this program in compatibility mode for and choose Windows 7. Then click on the box next to Reduced color mode and Disable display scaling (make sure all three boxes are checked), and click OK.

On Window 7:

  1. Locate the MacGAMUT 6 application icon in the MacGAMUT 6 folder in your Start menu.

  2. Right-click the MacGAMUT 6 application icon and choose Properties.

  3. Click on the Compatibility tab, click on the box next to Disable visual themes (make sure the box is checked), and click OK.