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When saving models the following message ist displayed: "Models '...' should be saved in folder 'C:\TEST'. This folder is not linked to a project. Do you want to create a new project for this folder?" What does it mean?
If your answer to the question "Do you want to create a new project for this folder?" is "No", the model will be saved in this directory. But it isn't assigned to any project then.
As a result, there is no name specified in the project field, for example in the printout report.
This is the reason why models should always be assigned to a project. The project itself represents only a link to a directory. In the Project Manager, you can get an overview about the projects.
But if your answer is "Yes", a new dialog box opens and you are asked to enter a project name for the existing directory.
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