How can I find a previous folder path for a project in Studio 2014?
Thread poster: Fredrik Pettersson

Fredrik Pettersson  Identity Verified
Hong Kong
Member (2009)
English to Swedish
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Mar 30, 2016

I just completed the translation of it, created the return package, sent it and then removed the project from the project list. But when I opened this package I forgot to create my own folder and save it according to my own organized folder structure.

Now I'd like to name this project (couldn't do it beforehand before I had opened the package and viewed the contents), and change the automatic labelling that was created when I opened the package. But I can't find the original project where it was saved. Any ideas how to find it? I tried Windows AppData etc. but could not find anything.

[Edited at 2016-03-30 03:20 GMT]


 

Anton Vorovatov  Identity Verified
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English to Russian
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Try searching all project files on your machine Mar 30, 2016

Try searching all project files on your machine (*.sdlproj) and then sort them by modified date.

 

Walter Blaser  Identity Verified
Switzerland
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French to German
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Removing a project from the list does not remove the project folder Mar 30, 2016

Fredrik

If you remove a project from your project list in Studio, it only gets removed in the list, but the project folder is still there. This means that you can easily recover your project using the command "Open Project" and navigating to the project folder of this project.

Walter


 


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