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Output file format in vNext

Lensman

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I've been trying out the beta for vNext, and ran into an issue:
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On the logs screen, when I click the download button, I am getting a download of filetype jfproj. I was a bit surprised by this, as I expected the file to be in json format, as it was before (which can make transferring info into another program easier. Is this file still just a basic json file that can be opened in an editor and used as any other normal json file, or will there be new changes that makes the format unreadable by a seperate json application?

Any clarification is appreciated.
 

JochenL

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Lensman

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JPROF is a JSON file: https://fileinfo.com/extension/jfproj

It seems that "application/json" has been "hijacked" by this file extension - CL always exports JSON.
Is this something I need to check for on my pc, or is it something online?
What is troubling is when i go to the original Campain Logger, the screen is like this:
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Hope this information is helpful.
Lensman
 

JochenL

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It must be something on your side:

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Likely you somehow associated all JSON files with this file ending.
You could try the "Save as type" dropdown and see if it offers "*.json".

EDIT: Try to open the new and the old file in a text editor. Both should be plain text files formatted in JSON.
 
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