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errors when trying to open projects.

I switched from version 3.1.1 to 3.2.1 and when I try to open projects (which were created on 3.1.1), I get an error without text.

cmd issues this:

Godot Engine v3.2.1.stable. official - https://godotengine.org
OpenGL ES 3.0 Renderer: AMD Radeon(TM) R4 Graphics

ERROR: Cannot open file 'C:\Users/79137/AppData/Roaming/Godot/editorsettings-3.tres'.
At: scene/resources/resource
ERROR: Failed loading resource: C:\Users/79137/AppData/Roaming/Godot/editor
At: core/io/resourceloader.cpp:278
WARNING: create: Could not open config file.
At: editor/editor
ERROR: Cannot save file 'C:\Users\79137\AppData\Roaming/Godot/editorsettings-3.tres'.
At: scene/resources/resource
ERROR: save: Error saving editor settings to C:\Users\79137\AppData\Roaming/Godot/editor
At: editor/editorsettings.cpp:1059
Scanning projects at: C:/Andrei/Godot
Found 7 projects.
ERROR: Cannot save file 'C:\Users\79137\AppData\Roaming/Godot/editor
At: scene/resources/resourceformattext.cpp:1470
ERROR: save: Error saving editor settings to C:\Users\79137\AppData\Roaming/Godot/editorsettings-3.tres
At: editor/editor

If you exit the project, the list of projects will disappear.
How do I fix this?

Also, I would be very grateful if you drop the link to download version 3.1.1.

asked Jun 13 in Engine by AndrewD (77 points)

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I'm not sure what the expected upgrade path is from 3.1.x to 3.2.x... Maybe you first need to upgrade your 3.1.1 project to 3.1.2, and then to 3.2.x - though I'm actually sure.

The download links for 3.1.x are:

3.1.2 - https://downloads.tuxfamily.org/godotengine/3.1.2/
3.1.1 - https://downloads.tuxfamily.org/godotengine/3.1.1/

answered Jun 13 by jgodfrey (5,540 points)
selected Jun 15 by AndrewD

How to upgrade projeсt?

Generally, I think the project should auto-upgrade when you run the next-newer version of Godot against it. IRC, that was my experience when running a 3.1.2 project in 3.2.0.

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