How do I get a Global Script error on a Gig file open to stop occurring?

On a previous request for assistance I was attempting to use a Global script obtained from the forum but found it did not take care of the issue.
I would like to remove it however I am not sure how to do that especially since it’s a Global rack script. When I try to remove it it tells me I can’t remove the Active script tab.

I also tried backspace from the end of the script and saving to GLOBAL Script.gpscript
and next time after closing the giggle deleting the file GLOBAL Script.gpscript
Every time I reopen the giggle the global script logger pos up the error again
What is the easiest way to fix this?

Here is the message I now get when I open the gig file.
Plugin ‘GlobalMidi’ not found in rackspace ‘GLOBAL’
Scripting has been disabled for this rackspace
GLOBAL (GlobalRackspace) - Plugin ‘GlobalMidi’ not found in rackspace ‘GLOBAL’
Scripting has been disabled for this rackspace
Uh oh - GP Script runtime error

Open the global rackspace script editor, delete the contents (select all text and delete) and then click the Compile button at the bottom.

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Wow, I didn’t see that working but it did. Thank you so much.
It gave me a strange error when I attempted to compile nothing.

Nothing to compile, but the answer is still 42 :slight_smile:

Funny! Was that a programed Easter egg spoof on Hittchikers Guide to the Galaxy?

Luckily it does not take GigPerformer 7.5 million years to come up with that answer :wink:

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Ha ha ha

Indeed. A very popular joke in the software community.

Like the 11 :wink:

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