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baw...@gmail.com

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May 8, 2021, 6:00:49 AM5/8/21
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Hello,

I have a number of surround albums that I wish to add to the Hub. Is it a case of just saving them to my own public surround folder, so that other users can grab them? What format? I have some of them in Flac, some of them in DSF format.

Thank you very much.

Phil Steeples

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May 8, 2021, 9:50:46 AM5/8/21
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I take that you are a hub member, I don't recognise your email , if you are go into settings shared folders on Apex. 

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baw...@gmail.com

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May 8, 2021, 10:26:07 AM5/8/21
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I am a member of the Hub, actually yes Lokks which started at the beginning of 2019. I have sent you an email to perhaps help you track me down.

I will look into the settings of Eiskalt, as I am on a Mac.

Kind regards,\Ben

Bruce Greenberg

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May 8, 2021, 11:34:40 AM5/8/21
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Your software should have a settings area and In there should be a shared folders section. Select the folders you want to share and then drop your files into those folders. Pretty simple. 

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