Sudio 2014: Return packages still being duplicated
Thread poster: Olly Pekelharing

Olly Pekelharing  Identity Verified
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Jan 7, 2014

Is it just me that is still experiencing this? When creating return packages, Studio still suggests saving them in the folder of the previous project, and when you point them to the current project it creates two copies. Is this a general bug or a bug in my system?

Thanks,

Olly

[Edited at 2014-01-07 12:09 GMT]


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Lorenzo Bermejo
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not unusual Jan 7, 2014

Olly Pekelharing wrote:

Is it just me that is still experiencing this? When creating return packages, Studio still suggests saving them in the folder of the previous project, and when you point them to the current project it creates two copies. Is this a general bug or a bug in my system?

Thanks,

Olly

[Edited at 2014-01-07 12:09 GMT]


I think it might have to do with where you decide to open your project packages. really don't know. I usually open my project packages in the Studio default folder, /Studio 2014/, and when I finish the job, I save my return package in my client's name folder. in this case, Studio will remember where I saved my last return package and will suggest to save it in the same place. I don't find this is an untypical behaviour. but it will not create the same return package in the location where I saved my last package if I choose a different folder.

Studio also creates a back-up copy of the packages in its default folder, where the corresponding proyect package was opened. this is rather redundandant, but happens since Studio 2009.

kind regards,
Lorenzo


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