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    Default 7.10 project in Zenon Editor 8.2

    Hello
    I'm trying to open zip project 7.10 in Zenon Editor 8.2 and get about 20 messages about wrong file format.

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    What should I do?

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    Default Re: 7.10 project in Zenon Editor 8.2

    Quote Originally Posted by timotv View Post
    Hello

    I'm trying to open zip project 7.10 in Zenon Editor 8.2 and get about 20 messages about wrong file format.





    What should I do?

    Dear timotv, 

    .zip is not a zenOn file extension, so you have to as the following:

    Create the new workspace named as you want;
    Right click on workspace created ans then open restore project backup;
    Choose the directory that contains the zip file and select your .zip file;
    zenOn editor warns you that the project is created with xx, do you want to convert?
    then ok and you have the project back restored.

    Done.



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    Default Re: 7.10 project in Zenon Editor 8.2

    Quote Originally Posted by albatros View Post



    Dear timotv,

    .zip is not a zenOn file extension, so you have to as the following:

    Create the new workspace named as you want;
    Right click on workspace created ans then open restore project backup;
    Choose the directory that contains the zip file and select your .zip file;
    zenOn editor warns you that the project is created with xx, do you want to convert?
    then ok and you have the project back restored.

    Done.


    >Right click on workspace created ans then open restore project backup;

    Which is the item exactly ?
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    - this one ? I tried it before.
    Last edited by timotv : 2nd March 2022 at 17:59

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    Default Re: 7.10 project in Zenon Editor 8.2

    Here is an detail:
    the version of the zipped project is 7.11 SP0. I've tried to open it in Zenon 7.10 and got the fault:
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    Default Re: 7.10 project in Zenon Editor 8.2

    Quote Originally Posted by timotv View Post
    Here is an detail:

    the version of the zipped project is 7.11 SP0. I've tried to open it in Zenon 7.10 and got the fault:


    Hello, 
    You cannot open the project created with the major version with the editor with the minor version.
    You need version 7.11 or higher.

    regards,

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    Default Re: 7.10 project in Zenon Editor 8.2

    Quote Originally Posted by albatros View Post



    Hello, 
    You cannot open the project created with the major version with the editor with the minor version.
    You need version 7.11 or higher.

    regards,

    I know. My Question was how to open project 7.11 (or 7.10, it doesn't matter) in Editor 8.2

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    Default Re: 7.10 project in Zenon Editor 8.2

    Hi!

    As far as I understand from the screen shot it tries to open symbol files from the global symbol library, batteries_16_9.SYM.
    I don't know why you have this strange ._ prefix in file names but it's something to look into.

    /Fredrik

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