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For everyone with this problem:

 

For Leadwerks projects, the root is %UserProfile%\Documents\Leadwerks\Projects\ProjectName\Source . If the file called header.h is there, you include it with #include "header.h"

If it is in %UserProfile%\Documents\Leadwerks\Projects\ProjectName\Source\demo , you include it with #include "demo/header.h"

 

Visual studio labels do not create folders. If you create a label called "demo" and a "header.h" file under the "demo" label, you will still include the header as #include "header.h" , and not #include "demo/header.h"

 

If you create a header file named "header.h" in "%UserProfile%\Documents\Leadwerks\Projects\ProjectName\HeadersFolder" , you include it with #include "../HeadersFolder/header.h"

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