Argh -- I'm very new to Edge Animate, but I appear to have run into an issue that is much more complicated than it needs to be. I purchased an EA template for use in a digital magazine, which you can find here:
It's a nice dial widget that uses Greensock. When I import the template and try to create my project, I get the dreaded "This file will be automatically upgraded" message, which creates a new folder deep in my /TemporaryItems/Cache... folders. When I save the project to a new folder, it looks like a number of files (including a proprietary Greensock library, and index_edgePreload.js) aren't coming along for the ride. I've tried dropping everything that appears to be missing into the new folder, but I'm still getting a nasty alignment issue -- the output is fine in desktop Chrome, but is completely broken in desktop Safari (the content gets thrown out of alignment).
This _upgraded thing seems to cause lots of problems, but are there any best practices for making sure that the new project works after saving down to a new folder? Very frustrating.
The dev team is working on fixing a number of issues with the new version. You can install the previous version alongside and use that one for this template.
Log to the cloud - choose 2014 in the drop down menu.
Same problem. Previously working file now broken. A forced upgrade of an individual file? With broken software? That's not very good.