2015-01-26-01T14:40Z My thanks to Art Campbell for reminding me of the option to “Mifwash” the offending file, which resolved the problem.
¡Thanks, Art! Dave Stamm Information Engineer General Dynamics Mission Systems Integrated Logistics Engineering Services, Logistics Sec 1700 Magnavox Way, Suite 200 We'll hit your targets from here.™ Fort Wayne, Indiana 46804-1552; US tel: 260-434-9620 fax: 260.434.9501 / 9509 david.st...@gd-ms.com<mailto:dave.st...@gdc4s.com> http://www.gd-ms.com/<http://www.gdc4s.com/> This message and/or attachments may include information subject to GD Corporate Policies 07-103 and 07-105 and is intended to be accessed only by authorized recipients. Use, storage and transmission are governed by General Dynamics and its policies. Contractual restrictions apply to third parties. Recipients should refer to the policies or contract to determine proper handling. Unauthorized review, use, disclosure or distribution is prohibited. If you are not an intended recipient, please contact the sender and destroy all copies of the original message. From: Art Campbell [mailto:art.campb...@gmail.com] Sent: 2015-01-23-Fri 15:52 To: Stamm, David-P45904 Cc: FrameMaker user's list posting Subject: Re: Cannot import graphics What type of graphics? Have you checked your ownership / permissions of the graphics files? ___________ Try saving the file to .mif to clean it up in case stray characters have corrupted it. Then open the .MIF and see what happens. Art Campbell art.campb...@gmail.com<mailto:art.campb...@gmail.com> "... In my opinion, there's nothing in this world beats a '52 Vincent and a redheaded girl." -- Richard Thompson No disclaimers apply. DoD 358 I support www.TheGrotonLine.com<http://www.TheGrotonLine.com>, hyperlocal news for Groton MA. On Thu, Jan 22, 2015 at 11:14 AM, Stamm, David <david.st...@gd-ms.com<mailto:david.st...@gd-ms.com>> wrote: 2015-01-22-04T16:15Z Windows 7 Enterprise operating system Serviced pack 1 8.0 GB RAM 64-bit FrameMaker 22.214.171.1244 Local administrator privileges Shortcut to FrameMaker encoded to run as administrator I cannot import graphics - by either reference or by copying - either into a table or not into a table - from either C:\ or from a network drive. The anchor for the imported file appears, but the graphic does not. I discovered this in a production file. The file is locked up so hard that I have to use Task Manager to force out. I have replicated this numerous times in both the production file and in new files freshly made from templates. I _can_ import files as text insets without problem, but _once_, I deleted the text inset, and the file locked up as it has with graphics. Conversely, if I use Windows Explorer to copy the graphic file or the text inset file and then paste it into the FrameMaker file, both the anchor and the graphic or the icon for the .fm file appear. A fellow employee running version 126.96.36.1999 had no problem importing a graphic from a network drive via VPN. I've already reported this to the corporate service desk, but I've noticed no mentions on this list of such problems. ¿Any thoughts? Dave Stamm
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