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I have the trial version of X12 installed. I will be upgrading from HD Pro 2021 when economics dictate such a move. My issue is the automatic saving of my HD Pro designs as X12 and displaying both program icons on the desktop.and the subsequent auto opening of the file in X12...Is there a way to halt this behavior so drawings done in HD Pro open only in HD Pro...

 

Thanks

 

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Eric

 

Thanks for the "open with" tip...The reason I asked here is because in my opinion the problem was tied to Premiere X12...

 

My intentions are when things pick up here in Michigan and a few more projects are contracted to upgrade. I keep practicing a bit with Premiere to prepare for the switch.

 

Thanks again...

 

Regards

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When you installed the X12 trial version it changed your system settings to associate .plan and .layout files with the new version.  This is pretty standard behavior when you install a new version of the software.  If you would like to change the file associations back to your version of HD Pro, see if this help article helps:

 

https://www.chiefarchitect.com/support/article/KB-01131/associating-plan-layout-and-library-files-with-the-latest-version-of-chief-architect-or-home-designer.html

 

On a side note, you might want to contact our sales department to discuss your options.  We usually have upgrade discounts and a we also have a rental program that might make it easier for you to make your decision.

 

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On 7/31/2020 at 8:26 AM, ricatic said:

My intentions are when things pick up here in Michigan and a few more projects are contracted to upgrade

 

If you are going to do it , you might want to look at your options sooner than later as I don't think Premier's  Cost has been this low in quite some time, ( 20% off in current Sale) and I assume they still give you the HD Pro Rebate as well even when on Sale.

 

M.

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