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In this case, it's probably best if you post a link to your files so that we can take a look at it.
Sent the link
I know it's old topic but this happened to me recently as well. I was looking for a solution for the same problem and I did not find the bug fix (before last update everything was ok) but I found the way to make the file work propertly. Try removing "images" folder -> open ".an" file -> add images from the images menu. It will create new images folder with your files and the error message will stop apearing. I hope someone will find this usefull.
Great contribution! Please re-post your solution in its unique post and I will mark it as correct. This way it is easier to find. Put a meaningful title to it too.