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I'm a college TA who assigned a final project to my students in which they could submit a Twine game. Unfortunately, I can't import their files into Twine! I try to swipe them into the app, and nothing happens, I attempt to "Import from file" and it doesn't seem to work.

I have HTML files from them, and when I open them in a browser I just see the Twine "code," although...it weirdly doesn't seem to have the header and format information I think is at the beginning of a Twine html file.

 This is so frustrating. (And gradres are due in 4 days).

 Thanks for any help. I don't know the format of their files, but do I need to?


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Mostly addressed on the discord, was an issue with the file sharing / drop box service D2L.
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