Moving a Library
To change the location of a library, first make sure Native Access is closed. Navigate to the location of the library on your current system using Finder (Mac) or File Explorer (Windows). Select the entire library folder, and move it to the new desired location.
Once your library has been moved, reopen Native Access. Your library will now display the word Repair. Proceed to the steps in the Repair and Relocate a Library section.
If you’re not sure where your library folder is located before moving the library, you can view this in Native Access. Depending on your Native Access version, this can be found in two different ways. In Native Access 1, select the library. A window will appear on the right. Select Installation Path to see where your library folder is stored.
In Native Access 2, select the three dots to open the menu on the bottom right of the library. Select Installation Paths to see where the library folder is stored.
Repair and Relocate a Library
If your library folder has been moved, renamed, or deleted, Native Access may have trouble finding the library. When this happens, you’ll see Repair listed on the library.
If you know the current location of your library, select Repair and then Relocate.
In the Relocate window that pops up, you’ll see the previous content location listed. Select Browse or Choose a Location and navigate to the current location of the library folder. Native Access will now recognize the new file path to your library.
If Repair is listed on your library and you aren’t able to find its location, you will need to select Reinstall. This will re-download the latest version of the library to your computer.