|12 Jan 2012||#1|
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Desktop Shortcut to a specific tab (Microphone levels)
I'm trying to create a desktop shortcut straight to a microphone level tab to save going through 4 screens. I've attached a picture of the box I am talking about but have no idea how to find the specific path I would need to use for a desktop shortcut.
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