Unifying Cherry Audio's Miniverse
Just to let y'all know I am unifying this library. I'll post again once it's done 😊
Your problem is that the top-level folder in your .zip file is the library folder, Unified - Cherry Audio Miniverse. If you rename the .zip as .guru and drop it into Unify, this library folder will get unzipped into Unify's main data folder, not into the Libraries sub-folder where it belongs.
Here's how I create .guru files:
- I keep an empty folder called Libraries on my desktop.
- After building my new Unify library (let's call it My Library), I copy (or move) the entire My Library folder into this empty Libraries folder.
- I then compress the Libraries folder, creating a new file called Libraries.zip on my desktop.
- Finally, I rename this new Libraries.zip file as My Library.guru (and confirm that I really want to change ".zip" to ".guru").
The resulting .guru file (or .zip file, if you didn't actually change the file extension at step 4) will now have Libraries as its top-level folder, with the My Library folder one level down. This mirrors the folder structure below Unify's main data folder, which is where Unify will unzip it, and so the My Library folder gets unzipped into UNIFY's Libraries folder, where it belongs.
I rebuilt your .zip file in exactly this way, and have attached the updated version below. You can download this and open it in a zip file manager such as 7-zip (or just unzip it normally) to explore the structure, or just rename it as Unified - Cherry Audio Miniverse.guru.
Note 1: If you tested renaming your original .zip file as .guru and dropping it into Unify, there will be an unwanted copy of the Unified - Cherry Audio Miniverse folder in Unify's main data folder (one level above the Libraries folder). This is just taking up space; I advise that you delete it.
Note 2: The name you give to the .guru file doesn't actually matter--it could be anything. What matters is the name of your library folder--the one you put inside your empty Libraries folder at step 2. This should exactly match the name of your library, because that's what Unify expects (and if you create the new library in Unify, it will ensure this).
Ok here is the zip file. I've included the .guru file from Shane and the folder that can be copied into the Unify data folder if the .guru file doesn't work for you.
Hope you find it useful 🙂