I do most of my work on my Windows machine. Since Spine projects (and their images) are pretty small, I just put them in my Dropbox folder so I can get the benefit of a little bit of backup/versioning + I can work on animations on my laptop.
Incidentally, my laptop is a MacBook running OS X.
I assume the .spine just stores the string when storing the export path.
But as you can imagine, a Windows directory/file path makes no sense in OSX. And, I assume, vice versa.
I don't think it's a huge deal leaving it unhandled vs. having the project be aware that the stored path was for a specific OS/specific machine. I think it's just something people should be aware of. It's not like it causes Spine to crash or prevents work from being done.
[EDIT] Oh.. but when I click "export" in OSX with the Windows path still in the textbox, the export progress bar comes out, fills up without hitches, and Spine says "JSON export complete."
I wonder where that file ended up though. xD
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Aye, not much we can do. We could use forward slashes which work on both OSes, but the path from one OS still wouldn't be meaningful. People will just have to keep an eye on it.
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