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A "YES to all" button??

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Hi. I just got a New IMac which I've never owned before. I've always had windows based machines before so I'm kind of a virgin to most of the things on the Mac. I'm making a little music and I was adding some loops to my logic. I marked all my loops and dragged them in to my logic, but apparently I had already added 2950 of them and now I have to press either "replace" "Don't add" or "add with new name". I can't seem to find a "Yes to all button" Is there a way to say yes to all? I know some operations use both the mouse and the keyboard at the same time. Is that the case here, and how do I do it? Thank you in advance for all your help.
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New as in brand new, with OS X Lion? Or new to you with some earlier version?

In Leopard, I have a box to check... if I'm understanding your scenario.
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I'm pretty sure there is a replace all option. Don't Add might be the best choice, though, since it's only prompting you since it's the exact same loop that you're trying to overwrite.
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