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Install Studio 14

Last post 05-29-2010, 6:04 by towbar. 4 replies.
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  •  05-28-2010, 11:58 401938

    Install Studio 14

    Hi just a quick question. I  have Studio 9 Plus and Studio 11 Ultimate on my computer can I install Studio 14 Ultimate Collection without having to uninstall 9 & 11 and without it affecting 9 &11 as I want to keep them as stable backups Thanks for any help.

  •  05-28-2010, 12:03 401939 in reply to 401938

    Re: Install Studio 14

    Answer is yes, and most expert in the Forum will advise you not to removed previous version.
  •  05-28-2010, 12:26 401942 in reply to 401939

    Re: Install Studio 14

    Thanks   Big Smile
  •  05-28-2010, 13:59 401953 in reply to 401942

    Re: Install Studio 14

    WinkYes
  •  05-29-2010, 6:04 402027 in reply to 401938

    Re: Install Studio 14

    A word to the wise.

    If you open a project from a previous version ( 9 or 11 ) in the new version ( 14 ), you might not be able to properly open the project again in with the previous version. 14 is supposed to create a backup, but for some reason the backup isn't fully created properly.

    If you have a tendency to open projects by clicking on the .stx icon, the projects will automatically open in S14. If that happens, you should read the above paragraph for my next statement.

    Unless you keep a record of what version a project was started in, you won't be able to rely on the .stx icon to tell you what version it came from. Even though the icons of S11 and S14 are a bit different, when you install S14 the new icon will automatically be applied the that type of file.

    Back when I was using S14, I started naming my projects with either s12 or s14 in the saved name. That way I could visually see what version it was started in.   

    If it were me, I would finish the projects in the version they were started in. OR for backup purposes :

    Open your projects in the version they were created in, do a file/save as, and put the version number it was created in ( S9, S11, S14 ) in the name. Sorry if it sounds like I'm harping, but it might save you from scratching your head in the future.

    You mentioned keeping the older versions as a stable backup, well........again........a word to the wise..........................Wink

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