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On Windows, if I zip a project by right-clicking on it and sending it to a compressed (zipped) folder, the project cannot subsequently be opened in Maestro. What can I do?

Maestro projects include hidden folders, which are not copied when you use Send To → Compressed Folder. This is a known issue with the standard zip facility, which does not copy hidden files or folders. To create zipped projects, you can choose Project → Save As in Maestro (Project → Copy To in earlier versions), and select Save as compressed file (.prjzip), or you can use some other utility to create the zip file.

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