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-The resulting dialog will prompt ​your for an export path. Click the "​Browse"​ button to locate an existing folder (or create a new one) for the exported project files. Once an export path has been specified, click the OK button. The tool will then generate intermediate files from your game project and store them in the specified folder. You can close the application once this process has finished.+The resulting dialog will prompt ​you for an export path. Click the "​Browse"​ button to locate an existing folder (or create a new one) for the exported project files. Once an export path has been specified, click the OK button. The tool will then generate intermediate files from your game project and store them in the specified folder. You can close the application once this process has finished.
  
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-To do so, first click the "​Browse"​ button next to the "​Project Files" field and navigate to the folder where you exported your project files in the earlier step using the pre-0.5 version of RPG in a Box. Select the "​game.export"​ file then click the "​Open"​ button. The "Game Title" field will automatically be updated to display your game's title.+To do so, first click the "​Browse"​ button next to the "​Project Files" field and navigate to the folder where you exported your project files in the earlier step using the pre-0.5 version of RPG in a Box. 
  
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 +Select the "​game.export"​ file then click the "​Open"​ button. The "Game Title" field will automatically be updated to display your game's title.
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 Next, click the "​Browse"​ button next to the "Game Path" field and create a new folder somewhere for your new game project. Click the "​Select Current Folder"​ button to close the dialog once you've created the folder. Next, click the "​Browse"​ button next to the "Game Path" field and create a new folder somewhere for your new game project. Click the "​Select Current Folder"​ button to close the dialog once you've created the folder.
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 Finally, click the OK button to being the process of converting your project files into the new format. According to the number of resources and model complexity, this may take a few minutes to complete. Once it has finished, your game project will be automatically opened and you are ready to go! Finally, click the OK button to being the process of converting your project files into the new format. According to the number of resources and model complexity, this may take a few minutes to complete. Once it has finished, your game project will be automatically opened and you are ready to go!
  
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