I’ve recently upgraded to OSX Sierra. When I export a hype file via “Advanced Export” it ends up crashing, stating it can’t find index.html and dropping the original hype file in a strange subdirectory.
A show package contents of the working HYPE file reveals the Resources and Thumbnails folder have been stripped.
I noticed reports of this issue back when El Capitan was released and I am working from a NAS using AFP drive mapping. In the past you have stated you should only work locally, but in a professional creative studio environment working from shared servers and NAS storage is not only a very real requirement but sometimes mandatory.
I actually had no issues on El Capitan but this issue has cropped up via sierra. Other than saving locally is there something that can be done? Or can can we get this to work on mapped drives even if it means disabling revision history?