How do I open a c3proj?

  • Hi everyone!

    I usually save my project´s progress on the cloud, but today for some reason it gave me an error, so I decided to saved as "project folder" option.

    When I come back to work, uppps! big surprise. There is not a capx file on there, only a c3proj file, and I can not open that on C3.

    Anyone does konw if its possible to open this?

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  • You saved the project as a folder, so you need to go to Menu -> Project -> Open -> Open local project folder and then select the whole folder than contains your project.

    When you save this way, a .c3p file is not created.

  • Thanks for your help. You are the best! :)

  • You saved the project as a folder, so you need to go to Menu -> Project -> Open -> Open local project folder and then select the whole folder than contains your project.

    When you save this way, a .c3p file is not created.

    hey I dont have the open local project opition only open local file , why is that ?

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  • I am having trouble opening my game as well. It worked fine last night when I saved. I tried to open today and I get an error. This was saved to cloud, so I was able to download a previous version that I hope will help restore my work.

    However the download of the c3p file gives me a zip file. Unzipping gives me everything spilled out into directories and a c3proj file.

    Trying to open this c3proj file doesn't work.

    Coming here to the forum and searching for the term brings me to this topic.

    And now I'm stuck again. I posted already in the bug section about the error. I'm trying now to solve around it since no response and this topic also isn't that helpful. I just want to open my file. It's there and saved.

  • chrisgoodwin C3P file is essentially a ZIP. Just change the extension of .zip file to .c3p and try to open it.

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