asked Dec 30 '17 at 10:10 by SkulRabit (13)

edited Dec 30 '17 at 10:11

Is there no way to clear the project list??

There's a file called "AFCA5305EF8D3DAF4D6A43D779AF6E67-project.index".

The info is stored in there on my machine. It's not meant to be edited but you can rename it and see if Bitwig recreates it and clears the list when you restart.

In Windows it's in AppData\Local\Bitwig Studio\index


answered Dec 30 '17 at 17:03 by jaesm (148)

edited Dec 30 '17 at 17:06

Thanks! But i use MAC. Where is' index' file?

  — (Jan 02 '18 at 06:56) SkulRabit

keeping this page relevant... as of 2.3.5, doing stuff in the index folder doesn't seem to have the same results as it once did. Now, to clear recents, you right click and 'remove from recent'. To clear 'my projects', you have to rename the folder (in OS not daw). bitwig will then create a new folder using the folder's original name as listed in settings/locations/my projects. your 'my projects' will be empty now. basically, all bitwig does is mirror the contents of the folder.

  — (Jul 22 '18 at 21:29) jaesm

On Mac, that <big-long-hash>-project.index file is in your ~/Library/Application Support/Bitwig/Bitwig Studio/index folder.

I deleted mine. That cleared the the My Projects list, but not the Recent Projects list.


answered Jan 02 '18 at 21:57 by dhemery (39)

edited Jan 02 '18 at 21:58

Yes, there is. Right click any file in the list and you’ll see an option to remove it from the list.


answered Jul 24 '18 at 20:33 by Baphy (209)

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