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Yep, couldn't be simpler.
Open the Project Manager pod.
Right-click a topic and choose Explore from the context menu.
That will drop you right into the project location.
Now, create a folder to keep the new project in.
Copy all content from the existing project to the new folder.
Close the project and open the copy in the new folder.
Click File > Rename Project and change the name. (just so it won't be confusing to have two identically named projects)
Thank you! That was very helpful. Only one problem, it won't let me rename the new project. The "Rename Project" text is grayed-out. Also, the files don't seem to be showing up in RoboSource.
Likely the project still believes it is in Source Control.
See if the link below helps you with breaking that link. Once that has been corrected you should be able to rename the project. Then, if you still want the new project in Source Control, you will add it back in.
Great it worked! Thank you!
I hesitate to ask you to help me again after helping so much already, but how do you add something back to Source Control? I tried looking online, but I must not be looking in the right places because I can't seem to find out how.
I believe you do it as follows:
First, right-click your toolbars and ensure you see a check mark beside "Version Control".
Now, from the Version Control toolbar, click the Add to Version Control button.
Hopefully after that point it's clear what you should do. I say that because I've never really done this myself. I don't use Source Control. I might imagine a wizard or other dialog would appear that would help you finish the task.
It worked! Thank you so much for your help.