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Cursor  Adding exported module folders to the library empties folder

Issue Type: Status: Priority: Date Submitted: Votes:
Bug Completed High Sat 28th May 2016 2 votes Vote Up Vote Down
 
Found in version: Last Updated: Completed in version: Date Completed: Track Changes:
5.0.34.1 Tue 31st May 2016 5.0.35 Tue 31st May 2016 Log In
 
DazaKiwiSat 28th May 2016 05:13
I lately have been only exporting folders with my module contents inside. I ran into this problem awhile back and had thought i already posted this problem.

The Bug:
When you add more than one exported module to your main library- when you load the library afresh after opening Developer one of those modules has it's folder(s) emptied and scattered into the different main default folders. The other added module in the library retains its contents in its folder. I think if you swap the order around in library its the second one that has its contents moved?

Folders are great for organization but this problem is annoying because if you have to modify a module for it to work in your new project its a lot of looking for the contents if the new project is fairly big.

The solution is to only have one module added to your library and manually add the other modules you want for a new project as those tasks and contents stay inside said module folder *when you import them manually*.

I do not know if this is local to exported module folders only.

http://forum.adrift.co/viewtopic.php?f=14&t=11478&p=102017#p102017
 
CampbellMon 30th May 2016 15:24
I can't reproduce this - can you send me an example please?
 
DazaKiwiTue 31st May 2016 00:46
I have sent you an email with the two modules (attached) that cause this bug, doesn't seem to happen with my other modules just these two, which if imported manually there is no conflict or error messages.
 
CampbellTue 31st May 2016 09:46
Fixed.
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