They released a patch today to patch the patch. 8.0.4 is supposed to
fix 8.0.3...

Art

On Tue, May 27, 2008 at 10:33 AM, Adam Schweitzer
<adam.schweitzer at magellan.aero> wrote:
> p276 definately seems to be causing this issue - as when I restored the
> p273 backup files, the problem goes away (still, leaving the xrefs that
> the p276 mangled unresolved - but at least no new ones are wrecked).
>
> I'm disappointed in Adobe for this..
>
> ________________________________
>
> From: Adam Schweitzer
> Sent: Wednesday, May 21, 2008 2:17 PM
> To: 'framers at lists.frameusers.com'
> Subject: Conditional text xref problem - regression in FM8 p276?
>
>
> I am having a problem with xrefs to conditional text (where the xref
> also has the same condition applied).  What happens is, after changing
> the conditional text settings (just what is shown), saving, and then
> opening the document, the xrefs become unresolved.
> Steps:
> Initial setup - Document with two conditions - English and French, with
> English xrefs pointing to English text, and French xrefs pointing to
> French text.  No unresolved xrefs.
> 1) Hide French text using special->Conditional text->Show/hide
> conditional text
> (Check for unresolved xrefs - none found)
> 2) Show both English and French, as before
> (Check for unresolved xrefs - none found)
> 3) Save document, close and re-open.
> Get pop-up message saying unresolved xrefs.  The French ones are
> unresolved.
> (NB: The affected xrefs point to paragraph tags.  Other xrefs which
> point to elements are unaffected).
>
> This behaviour only occurs on one machine in our office - and that
> machine is the only one that happens to have p276 (rest are still on
> p273) installed.  I'm wondering if anyone has seen this before?  Is this
> a problem introduced by p276, or is something else going on here?
>
> Thanks,
> Adam Schweitzer
> Orenda Aerospace Corporation
> _______________________________________________


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