On Oct 29, Alain Despatie wrote:
> Our students use audacity a great deal in a lab environment. They
> experience a lot of difficulty when moving one project to another. For
> example, a student here burned the project on a CD, and moved the
> project to the local drive of another computer, and now the project
> returns error 5 (or something like that) I could give you accurate
> details of the many faulkts we are experi3encing when moving files, but
> perhaps you have some general insight that would help us better use
The exact error messages would help.
In general, it's important to keep the project.aup file together with
its project_data folder, and not change the name of the data folder.
If you have problems opening a project file, you can try looking at it
with a text editor to see if anything is obviously wrong (e.g. the name
of the data folder, or .auf files that don't exist).