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Sessions did not make the journey to C1-23

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  • Radu Dumitrescu

    You should find the session file in the folder you selected when you made the session. It's the .cosessiondb file. Just double click that and it'll open it in Capture One.

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  • Ian Wilson
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    The list of sessions you see in the Capture One library tool is just a recent files list, and shows the most recent 10 sessions (or catalogs) at most. When there is a new version it always gets reset, but as you open sessions from the File>Open command, the list will gradually repopulate.

    Ian

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  • Robert Goldstein

    Yes, I was aware of that, but I was hoping there would be a place where all previous Sessions are preserved. What happens to Catalogues after a version upgrade?

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  • Ian Wilson
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    The same. They are accessible through File>Open, but to begin with the recent list is empty. But you only have to open them that way once for them to appear on the list and be accessible that way next time you open them.

    Ian

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  • Robert Goldstein

    To me, it's a bother to have to re-create lists that should be saved and carried over to the upgrade program. I can't imagine that Capture One's programmers would find it beyond their capacity to fix this. Evidently, it's not a new bug/feature.

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