Hi Winfried, Thanks for the tip! The eps files are indeed still in the file. But isn't it possible to let the anchored frame untouched and move/resize the eps itself to the anchored frame? The anchored frames needs to stay on the same location in my document.
What does esc+m and p exactly do btw? Thanks! On 5/16/06, Reng, Winfried <wreng at tycoint.com> wrote: > > Hi, > > I guess the graphics files are not gone. They are > still there but changed their position in your > anchored frame. > > The reason is probably that the dimensions of your > EPS graphics or the bounding box dimensions changed. > > Just select the anchored frame, press CTRL+a to select > everything in the anchored frame and then press > ESC+m, release these buttons and then press p. That > shrinks the anchored frame to its content. Now your > EPS file should appear again. > > Best regards > > Winfried > > > -----Urspr?ngliche Nachricht----- > > Von: framers-bounces+wreng=tycoint.com at lists.frameusers.com > > [mailto:framers-bounces+wreng=tycoint.com at lists.frameusers.com]Im > > Auftrag von frame user > > Gesendet: Dienstag, 16. Mai 2006 15:09 > > An: framers at frameusers.com > > Betreff: eps images dissappear after updating the eps > > > > > > Hi, > > > > If I have a framemaker file with linked eps images and I open > > the eps images > > and resave them in a more recent version that the original > > eps file (i use > > for example illustrator CS to open the file but they can be made in a > > previous version of illustrator) then some images just > > dissappear in the > > framemaker file. > > They are just gone, I need to import them again. > > The strange thing is that this occures with some images but not all. > > Does anyone have an explanation/solution for this? > > > > Thanks! >