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AE 2023 23.1.0 (Build 83) keeps corrupting files

Explorer ,
Mar 20, 2023 Mar 20, 2023

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Wish I could be more specific, but as of recently, seems within this project I'm working on that 2023 attempts to open a file, throws two errors, and then decides the file is corruptable and needs to be saved, while then opening the "corrupted" file as a (converted) file is automatically saves. 

"After effects error: error attempting to duplicate a text Object. Skipping the text later. (76::53)"

"your project file is apparently damanged (skipped sectoins: 1) Please save using  a different name. (26::0)"

Unfortunately I can't just make a new project from scratch as this is client related AE proj that needs to be duplicated into different languages, but since it just saves a back up converted file I'm not completely lost. Just wondering if anyone else is experience this really odd behavior. I'm using a very simple number counter expression, but I think the "error attempting to duplicate a text object" might be related to the Overlord plugin in some way I don't understand. 

Will try importing into new project later and see if that aleviates it, but the converted file seems to work fine with same layers, expressions, everything else. Just odd.

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Mar 20, 2023 Mar 20, 2023

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Also the file being opened that goes corrupt is one that was already open prior just fine. Doesn't do it on every file but randomly maybe half the time.

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