ocassionally getting an 'editor' folder when exporting??


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I've noticed that at least two times when exporting a site (with a RCS carousel) that I've gotten an extra folder called 'editor' within the same directory as all the other main folders and html files.

the structure is like this (only folders reside within)

editor > responsive-bootstrap-builder > canvas > showcase-slider > controlicons, css, fonts, images, js

showcase-slider is the name of my RCS carousel and all the folders contain zero files.

I just delete the folders but wasn't sure if I did anything to cause this or possibly it's a bug?
http://www.pixelandpoly.com/ (built with Bootstrap Builder)
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Tired to replicate what you are describing, but cannot. Can you provide steps to replicate?
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252 posts

This also happens in RFF as well...
To replicate in both RBB and RFF:
Open RFF/RBB, save project, export. Add folder to resources, save, export and you get an editor folder.
Scott
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Tired to replicate what you are describing, but cannot. Can you provide steps to replicate? Be specific on what resources you are adding.
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Using RBB 2.0 Build 63 Beta (and Build 89 Beta as well)

Start a new project.
Open Resources
Create a new folder
Save
Export

Using RFF 2.0 Build 249

Start a new project
Open Resources
Create a new folder
Save
Export

I can do this consistently in both programs.
Scott
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Brian was able to provide me with the exact steps. The issue is when you have a folder off the parent folder and then use an identical name as a sub-folder. (Images/Images).
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I was just able to recreate this when I added a folder called 'test' and it created an 'editor' folder upon export. Here's everything zipped up just in case it would help to look at it.

Attachments:
http://www.pixelandpoly.com/ (built with Bootstrap Builder)
Video Tutorials - https://goo.gl/KJCsjA
The Universe from A to Z - https://universeatoz.com/ (built with Foundation Framer)


Registered User
252 posts

Odd, I was not using folders with identical names to anything in either RBB or RFF.
But by adding a folder via Resources and then saving and exporting I get the "editor" folder every time in both programs.
Scott
I do what I love, and I love what I do!


VP of Software Development
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Jeff wrote:
I was just able to recreate this when I added a folder called 'test' and it created an 'editor' folder upon export. Here's everything zipped up just in case it would help to look at it.


When I export that project, there is no editor folder.
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Scott Swedorski wrote:
Jeff wrote:
I was just able to recreate this when I added a folder called 'test' and it created an 'editor' folder upon export. Here's everything zipped up just in case it would help to look at it.


When I export that project, there is no editor folder.


Add another folder via Resources, save and export.
Scott
I do what I love, and I love what I do!

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