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I have found several threads where people claim they did this but when I open a .tscn in Notepad++ all I see is nulnulnulnulnul... etc. Is there some plugin or encoding that I am messing up?

Godot version 3.5.1
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I guess one of my scenes was corrupted, because I am able to open some of my other .tscns in Notepad++. If anyone has any insight please let me know!

A .tscn file should just be a standard text file. So, most any text editor should work fine. Not sure what might be wrong with the offending file. Here are some docs in case they're helpful...


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You must have a corrupt tscn file. They are basically text, and editable in any text editor.

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