The project ‘8’ has exited with code 0.
 project.exe has exited with code 0.
The program ‘ project8.exe’ has exited with code 0 (0x0).
In case you’re wondering why Project 8 wasn’t just renamed to “project9.exe”, the project’s code has been obfuscated because of trademark issues.
The reason why Project 8 is named Project 8 is because it was used to build the code that is used to control the Visionaries. The program is a huge, complex, convoluted mess of scripts and code. As a result, Project 8 has a different name. The executable file for Project 8 is called project.exe and it is the actual executable that actually runs the Visionaries’ powers. The program is named project because the file that actually runs the Visionaries is called project.exe.
You can see it on the picture. It’s a massive executable file that has a lot of script-like code inside of it. This makes it difficult for people to figure out what is going on, and is one of the reasons that we don’t recommend that people run the executable file from a folder other than the default (which is usually the folder of the program’s executable file, which is usually C:\Program Files\Project 8.exe).
A lot of people think it can be dangerous to run a program from a folder other than the executable folder. I think that is probably a good idea, but not because you run it from a folder other than your normal folder. A folder like “MyDocuments” is fine. It’s a folder in the same directory as the programs executable file. You can just run the program from there.
I’ve been told that running a program from a folder other than your normal folder can give you an error message saying that you are not allowed to do it. This can be very frustrating. So I would recommend only running programs like this from the executable folder.
That said, I have not personally run into any problems with running programs from a folder other than your normal folder. This is because I rarely use the programs from a folder other than my normal folder, and when I do, I just put the program in the same folder as my normal folder.
It is a pretty bad idea to make people use your normal folder as they do. When you run the programs from the folder containing your normal folder, chances are that you’ll get a message saying that you’re not allowed to play the program in it. It may be that the message is something that someone else just wrote, but I’m not sure how good a message it would be.