I copied some Action Lists into a text editor. They're rather long, and before creating Macros, I wanted to test some of the more complex operations I'm imagining. I'm still pretty new to ClyphX Pro, and want to get acquainted before I jump in the deep water. I can't see it all of the Actions in the Clip with the Track width at its maximum, so I copied them over.
If I type the ClyphX Pro action directly into the clip, the default font uses a different type of quotation mark than the one in the text editor (the straight up and down vs. the slanted ones): " <— AL10 uses this, and my text editor uses this —> ”
The type of quotation mark matters for ClyphX Pro to properly execute the Actions. (See the image) It killed some time trying to figure out that that's what the issue was. I will know going forward to change the font in my text editor. And I thought I'd point it out in case it's something worth addressing.