Corrupted project file: does it happen far to often or is it just me?
I had an issue with a corrupted project file a couple of weeks ago. Fortunately I was able to open the project file, I just couldn't edit and save it. So I copied all the slides to a clean new file and things worked fine.
Now I'm having the same issue with a modified version of that same course, but this time I can't even open the project file. :(
The first time it happened I read Articulate's recommendation we not host our project files on a remote file-sharing service. Kinda an absurd expectation in 2017, but OK. So I started working with local files only, then copied them to Dropbox after saving (and closing Storyline) just to have that redundant copy. Nonetheless I still got a project file corruption error on the local file and now I'm really stuck because I can't get the file open at all. I'll try pulling down my last version from Dropbox but aside from that I don't know what to do. This project is literally on the 1-yard line from completion. :(
Am I just having bad luck or is Storyline 360 just not reliable enough for a production environment?