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First of a long range of questions and replies. Be ready for march at the earliest for a solution if you do not supply more details.
Where did you look for the bins?
I thought the project opened in the top level of the assets, but looking closer it was in one of the bins. Once I went up a folder I found everything. Looks to be OK.
I was looking at the assets in the top right panel
Is there a big patch coming in March?
I doubt that there will be a change in this behavior. That has always been the way with Importing Projects. Yes, it can get a bit tedious opening all of the Bins, and also seeing the structure, when you've Imported, but that is the way it's designed. You have the Bin structure of you new Project, but then get the full structure of the Imported one. Lot of little "arrows" to spin down, and Timelines to Dbl-click.
I'd not have it any other way, though. Imagine importing multiple projects. Imagine them having bins with identical names. Things would be a mess if each import didn't create it's own new bin.
Good point. When I Import a Project, into my open Project, the first thing that I do is the housekeeping with regards to Bins and Assets.