Thanks for the update, salerno.john.
Hence why I asked you a couple of times to give me the version-number, which is in the Help> About. This would have cleared it.
If you need to have things split among versions, I would suggest naming your files accordingly, as backward compatibility is never something that will work flawlessly. If you are familiar with other software, then you know how that goes, especially with plug-ins and code—anyway, I advise for many reasons against it. … and yes, if I could, I would keep Ps CS6 and Ai8 running, but that is not possible anymore. So yes, I get what you mean.
I understand the problems of being fluent in some applications and then start a new one. I do learn for over two decades each month a new app or major update to keep this “starter” feeling fresh. It allows me to feel in a similar way many artists here must feel during their first steps into Cinema 4D. It is a good lesson to run against the wall with an unknown app at least once a month.
What have I learned in the past three decades using 3D software? Never try to find the tools in the new one that the previously used one had. It limits only one’s progress. Like moving from Photoshop to Affinity, it just doesn’t work at all.
If you find a problem, I would appreciate discussing this with Tech-Support, or if you get access to Backstage, check there as well. To call something, a bug is not easy, as often many parameters play into this game. Here in the forum, it leaves only other artists with uncertainty, and I really would like to keep this out. Thanks for considering. If you have trouble, I like to find a work around of course, for the time being.
The mood and tone that I try here to keep: to make people welcome, safe to ask things, and never feel even close to something like being embarrassed about any question. The past has shown me that critical people are not really helping me with this target.
All the best