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    Sorry about that, I think this is what you are asking for
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    Still no project nor cgxml file only a png which can not be edited.
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    Jose sorry It's Monday and I don't start thinking till Tuesday Thanks for your help
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    Nope, sorry. For a title page named "something", there will be a file named something.cgxml. That's the file that's missing from your archive. [Edit: Too late!]
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    Quote Originally Posted by TPUC View Post
    Jose sorry It's Monday and I don't start thinking till Tuesday Thanks for your help

    I'm sure Steve will beat me to testing your file but this is what we needed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by joseburgos View Post
    I'm sure Steve will beat me to testing your file but this is what we needed.
    I have no trouble editing this file. I dropped it into a Media Player (GFX2, as it happens), rolled the mouse over it, clicked the gear gadget, and the editor opened. Changes were accepted and displayed. Not sure what to suggest.

    p.s., I'm trying this in version 2-4, in case that matters to you.
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    I suggest double checking what file he exactly has in his TriCaster. Also did he copy and paste or use Manage, Import Media to import the file into his TriCaster (the recommended procedure).
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    Got it! Thanks guys!
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    And the solution was...? Might help out the next person to know the resolution.

    Thanks

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    It was the way and location that I was trying to save the CGXML file. They way I was doing it I was only seeing the previewed file and not the one which can be edited.
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    Glad to hear that and hope you are all good now
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