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Two possibilities come to mind - but hopefully Rick will pipe in with more ideas when he awakes.
I'm guessing you took a copy of your project before opening it in RH6? Did you also copy the !SkinSubFolder! ? All the skins including you custom skins should be in this folder. If not, you can copy the missing skin to the appropriate folder.
Secondly, you can open up the rhskins.apj file in notepad. Check whether your missing skin is listed in the file?
Let us know how you get on
Yes, I made a copy of the folder before converting, which included the !SkinSubFolder! No, the missing skin is not listed in the rhskins.apj file. It does not appear under Skins on the project tab either. I just tried to import it again and it says it is already in the project.
However, I did find a work around - I renamed the subskin folder as well as the skin in that folder. I moved the folder outside of the project folder and imported the new skin without a problem. It is now listed under the new skin name.
I still do not have a clue as to what the problem is with the previous skin, but I really don't care at this point:) It is hiding in there somewhere.
Thanks for your help.
Seems like the rhskins.apj file got its knickers in a twist during the conversion. Glad you found a fix without fiddling with the file. Please come back if you have any more problems.