Hi,

typesetting an old MkII written project with MkIV today gives more then 2000 
"unable to resolve" warnings, like these ...


!pages          : flushing realpage 12, userpage 16
!backends       : unable to resolve destination attribute 67
!backends       : unable to resolve destination attribute 69
!backends       : unable to resolve destination attribute 70
!backends       : unable to resolve destination attribute 71
!backends       : unable to resolve destination attribute 72
!backends       : unable to resolve destination attribute 74
!pages          : flushing realpage 13, userpage 17
!backends       : unable to resolve destination attribute 75
!backends       : unable to resolve destination attribute 76
!backends       : unable to resolve destination attribute 83
!backends       : unable to resolve destination attribute 80
!backends       : unable to resolve destination attribute 81
!pages          : flushing realpage 14, userpage 18
!backends       : unable to resolve destination attribute 82
!backends       : unable to resolve destination attribute 85
!backends       : unable to resolve destination attribute 86
!backends       : unable to resolve destination attribute 91
!backends       : unable to resolve destination attribute 89
!backends       : unable to resolve destination attribute 90



... what does this mean? As that project did not even have 2000 \footnotes or 
\index or reference marks, what is meant?

Paragraphs???


Steffen
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