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Tammy VanBoening wrote:
> For a variety of reasons, I have three instances of a Jump To
> that must reference a file in a book, but the file is being
> pulled from a
> different directory than all other files in the book.
> Twice, I use this path: H:\EFB\Jepp EFB\UGs\AppManager\v1.1\Container
> Files\EFB_Use.fm:Set up flight information and the link works
> just fine.
> Once, I must use this path: H:\EFB\Jepp
> Files\Maintenance.fm:Set up flight
> In the path that is used twice, the total number of
> characters including
> spaces is 88. In the path that is used once, the number is
> less - it's 81.
> Whenever I enter the path that is used once after the
> gotolink prompt and
> select Enter new hypertext marker, it gets converted to this garbage:
> H:\EFB\Jepp EFBSGs\AppManager\v1.1\Container
> Files\smaintenance.fm:Set up
> You can see that EFB\TSGs is now EFBSGs and Maintenance.fm is
> Of course the link doesn't work and I give - I can enter the
> first path
> H:\EFB\Jepp EFB\UGs\AppManager\v1.1\Container Files\EFB_Use.fm:Set up
> flight information and this saves just fine and it even has more
> characters in it, so I am assuming that it can't be the number of
> characters, but I am at a loss to figure out why this second path is
> getting saved as this garbage when I select Enter new
> Hypertext marker.
> Tammy Van Boening
> Senior Technical Writer
> Jeppesen Sanderson, Inc.
> tammy.vanboening at jeppesen.com