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Why do I get a "At least one "Warning" event was triggered because a recoverable error" message when opening an .ltz file?

Why do I get a "At least one "Warning" event was triggered because a recoverable error" message when opening an .ltz file?

This is only applicable up to Silk Performer 7.3.1, and was addressed thereafter.

When attempting to open an .ltz file in Silk Performer, the warning "At least one "Warning" event was triggered because a recoverable error" may be displayed.

Clicking on the "OK" button simply restarts the .ltz unpacking process, resulting in a loop of constant unpacking & warning dialogs.

This warning is raised due to anti-virus software falsely identifying two .xml files ("projectSettings.xml" and "detailedReport.xml") as infected.

Handling of this false warning will be chaged in a future version of Silk Performer. In the interim, the following workaround can be used. As the project is actually successfully unpacked in the background, you can navigate to the relevant project folder using Windows Explorer
C:\PROGRAM FILES\SEGUE\SILKPERFORMER 7.3.1\WORKING\PROJECTS
and open the project in Silk Performer by double-clicking on the *.ltp project file.

 

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