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Various problems moving from DxDesigner 2004 to the latest version

Question asked by gary3 on Jun 5, 2012
Latest reply on Jun 7, 2012 by Alex_Grange

I have a number of projects that have to be moved to whatever the latest version of DxDesigner is (Help/About doesn't seem to know).


I have followed the directions in a document called  " Recommended steps for migrating a design in the independent flow".

I can open the Dashboard, and add an existing project (.dproj).

I can start DxDesigner.


When I File/Open/Project, I get a box that has the .dproj file listed.  Double clicking on it leads to a dialog box that says "This project cannot be opened because it does not belong to supported flows"


Questions: What are "supported flows" and how do I connect an existing project to one? I am only doing schematic capture; PCB layout happens elsewhere.


When I try to create a new project, I get a dialog box that says: "File not found".  The box's title is "DxProjects70".

Question: What does that mean, and what file is it looking for?