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Thorvald Johannes Pedersen
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To open an existing project, that might not be in the recent shows list, because filename or folder or something like that has been renamed - is not very intuitive. Because there is not a "Open" (a random project in path finder) button. Not in the file menu and not in the start menu. It took me a while before I found out that the "Import" button in the start menu, has this function....


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Robert McMurray
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Posted by: @thorvald-johannes-pedersen

To open an existing project, that might not be in the recent shows list, because filename or folder or something like that has been renamed - is not very intuitive. Because there is not a "Open" (a random project in path finder) button. Not in the file menu and not in the start menu. It took me a while before I found out that the "Import" button in the start menu, has this function....

There is in the PC version of Creator.

 


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Thorvald Johannes Pedersen
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No - that opens a selected project in the recent projects list, below the "open" button. From my post: "To open an existing project, that might not be in the recent shows list, ...."


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Robert McMurray
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Posted by: @thorvald-johannes-pedersen

No - that opens a selected project in the recent projects list, below the "open" button. From my post: "To open an existing project, that might not be in the recent shows list, ...."

You are correct, my bad.... You should go to the folder with the existing show and open the .nps file associated with it. If Photopia is not open it will open the program and load that show.

Sorry for the confusion, Bob


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Thorvald Johannes Pedersen
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Yes, that is possible as well. I just don't quite understand why in some cases the program claims there are missing files, even if they actually are in the "data" folder. But that is another story.

The "import" button in the program actually does, what I was looking for - to open a random project from a random location,


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