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Keybindings wiped - FCP and OS failure


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Dear Mac Users

I've just started using my older iMac, that has been unused for anything other than internet for a while. I've re-installed Final Cut Pro 7, and started logging some footage.

It was all going well, until I tried to do a screen save, I had to re-keybind it as it wasn't set anymore. It didn't work, thinking that resetting defaults would fix the problem, I gleefully clicked it.

Well now, I can no longer type, use keybindings within FCP but they do work in the finder. So I'm rather confused as to what has happened.

Its a bit of a disaster, as I'm fast approaching on a deadline and I'll be unable to finish unless I can fix it.

What would you suggest?
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