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Backward migrating solution from FM7 to FM6DEV

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I have a soulution that has been created and i'd like to make a runtime but can not yet afford FMP7 Developer. Is there a way to down-convert a file to FM6 from FM7. There arn't any features in the FM6 database that arn't in FM7 and i really don't wish to recreate the solution in FM6.
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Not from Fielmaker at least.
On top there are new features in fm7 which fm6 does not have, like multi-tables files. So I think there is no hope unless asking another dev guy to compile it for you (Dev version not available yet in my language, so I can't offer this yet)
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