If you have to move FM files around, always try to use Bruce foster's
Archive plugin to collect all components that a book or file requires.

Otherwise, always try to set up the directory structure so that the
files are in the same relative paths before and after...

Art


On 5/21/07, Natalie Bircher <natalieb at backstreetmedia.com> wrote:
> I need to move frame files and get unresolved text insets after I regenerate
> and end up having to re-link them all. Is there a way to keep these linked,
> or am I stuck importing them again?
>
> Also, we moved our library of images (don't ask why!) and now I have to
> re-link all the images. Any suggestions to make this less tedious and  keep
> me from getting carpal tunnel?
>
>
>
> I have two issues that have resulted because of having to move Frame files.
> The first one is that I have to re-link all the images because it was
> decided to move the image catalog to another server. Is there an "easier"
> way to do this? The second issue is that I get unresolved text insets for
> the "canned" warnings we use. I have to re-import these too. This is
> extremely tedious and hard on the mousing wrist! Any suggestions?
>
>
>
>
>
> Natalie Bircher
>
> Technical Writer
>
> BackStreet Media
>
> Phone: 320-843-4337
>
> Fax: 320-842-4236
>
> Email:  <mailto:natalieb at backstreetmedia.com> natalieb at 
> backstreetmedia.com
>
>
>
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