Android app corrupting maps

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When I create a map on mindmanager and open it on my android phone app, the phone app corrupts the map. This map can no longer be opened on my desktop mindmanager. Very frustrating problem because if i'm out and want to add an idea to an existing map with my phone app, this feature which is the reason why i switch from mindview to mindmanager seems to no longer be possible . Hope mindjet fixes this, please let me know if someone has a work around.
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Charlie

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aHa!Coaching, Champion

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My current work around for these kind of issues is to open the map via http://vision.mindjet.com and save it to a local MindManager file from there. Works for most of these issues (which also seem to come up sometimes between Windows and Mac versions of MindManager)
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Thanks for this post. It worked for me. I was getting these errors after opening the map on my android device, then trying to open it on my PC (both getting the file from my reader drive)
My error messages were:
(1:10403) Element '{http://schemas.mindjet.com/MindManager/Application/2003}Collapsed' is unexpected according to content model of parent element '{http://schemas.mindjet.com/MindManager/Application/2003}TopicViewGroup'.Expecting: {http://schemas.mindjet.com/MindManager/Application/2003}Visibility, {http://schemas.mindjet.com/MindManager/Application/200....

Cheers!
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Charlie

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Hi Brett, I click on the links but it says url not found
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Brett Heineman

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Hi Charlie, the links were in the error message, so I'm not sure what they even point to. Mathieu's fix worked for me. Basically just opened the map in a web browser on my Windows pc, saved the file to my desktop, and then opened it with the application on my pc, and re-saved it to the server. Good to go.
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aHa!Coaching, Champion

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The links mentioned in these kind of error messages are not really supposed to be accessed by humans, but are there to define types and definitions in the MindManager Document format :) 
Judging by the error message, it seems the Android app has written the MindManager document in a way that was not expected by the Windows client.

It's okay if the links are not found though.


Glad the workaround is working for you!