Viewing VectorDesigner documents is relatively easy:
I recently moved my data from a Snow Leopard iMac to one running Mountain Lion using Migration Assistant. It is likely you did the same.
Assuming you did, then you will find that the files (packages) have been unpacked. This means that instead of a file you will have a folder of the original name.
Within this you will have a file called "VectorDesigner".
And, a most useful folder called "QuickLook". Within this is are two files called "Preview.pdf" and "Thumbnail.jpg"
Opening the files may be eased if there is an application that imports VectorDesigner files happily. If so, point it toward the file called "VectorDesigner"? THIS IS A COMPLETE GUESS!
Getting the files converted will require a working Snow Leopard Mac. If you find someone you will have to tell them with format you want from the ones that it supports. Version 1.7.0 can do:
I looking into running SnowLeopard in a virtual machine using something like VirtualBox and found it needed a Snow Leopard Server DVD or disk image to work.
You may find someone on one of the outsourcing sites like Freelancer.com or Odesk.com to do the conversion manually.
If someone has the Automator or AppleScript skills they would be able to create a workflow. Unless I missed them, VectorDesigner has no Automator steps that could be used.
I someone has, or can acquire the Automator/AppleScript, and web skills they could create a website that files could be uploaded to the server - it would do its thing then:
• eMail a link to the exported files on the server or DropBox.
• Zip them up and put them on DropBox
I someone made such a service there may well be plenty of people willing to pay for it. This could be funded with a Kickstarter project?
Even better, the people of TwekerSoft could fund the next or (Mountain) Lion version of VectorDesigner this way?
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