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Vectorian Giotto Export File Error

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    jenjen156 Thread Starter

    Jan 22, 2013
    I hope someone can help me. I downloaded Vectorian Giotto 3.0 for free, spent 50 hours making a flash animation and then went to export it as a .swf file and ------ error ----- message with a box to fill out my email address before the program closes. Each time I try to export the file I get the same thing. I uninstalled the software 3 times already and the same issue. I then downloaded the 2.3.1 version and that exports fine on my 64 bit windows 7 computer tho it won't let me open the 3.0 file so all is lost anyway. I tried to reach their tech support, their office and forget about it. All phone numbers and email inquiries to them have failed. Please help. I don't want to have to start again from scratch. Thank You.

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