TPS files are regular text files with data structured in a certain way.
Just open your TPS file in a plain text editor (Notepad++ is a good choice)
and fix the paths manually using the regular search-and-replace facility.
Hope this helps.
Dr. Mauro J. Cavalcanti
Em 14/05/2017 15:22, "Gabriel Lauziere" <gabriel.lauzi...@gmail.com>
> Hi everybody,
> I'm doing geometric-morphometric on fish pictures. With TPSutil, I built
> my tps files from images and I digitalized landmarks. I let the 'include
> path' option checked for all my TPS files.
> Now I want to save a back up of those images with their landmarks.
> Unfortunately, I'm unable to save a copy of my tps files (images +
> landmarks) on another computer (or even a USB stick). I'm only able to
> export the coordinates of those landmarks in a excel file.
> I tried to copy all my images and all my tps files on a USB stick, but it
> didn't work...I think it's because the "path" of my tps files is now fixed
> with the original computer. So I'm looking for a solution! Can anyone help
> Thank you very much,
> Gabriel Piette-Lauziere
> Master student
> Laval University
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