I often work with customers that have a similar setup (they all use the same methods, and endpoints that don't change).
I'd like to be able to copy the XML file for the project, rename it, change the name inside the project, and Import it as a new project, so that I don't have to create an entire new file.
This used to work in version 1.8.0, but since upgrading to 1.8.5, it identifies the new XML file as an existing project, with only options to open the original project (which doesn't help me), or import it again, which would change my other customer's data - which I don't want to do.
Any assistance would be appreciated.
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The issue is that the only options that I get are to re-open the original project, or update the original project, neither of which I want to do.
I want to open a new/separate project, with a new name (which I edited in the new project's XML file).
I don't know what you're asking, that I haven't explained already in the steps that I took.
I copied a project's XML file to a new folder, renamed it, changed the project name inside of the XML, but I cannot open it as a new/separate project.
This used to work in 1.8.0, but since upgrading to 1.8.5, it still attempts to update the original project, and will not let me treat it as a new/separate project.
More to add to the issue:
I have several other projects that are similar in nature. Ready!API is not showing me the "+" sign to open the other projects, and thinks that I need to "unpack" them from somewhere else.
This is a new behavior since upgrading to 1.8.5. Can I go back to 1.8.0 to restore the working functionality until you fix this release?
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