Page 77 of the Designer's Handbook indicates that "graphical images are not
stored in the schematic file- only a link to the file is saved with the
sheet.  If you move your design to a different directory you will need to
change the link (double-click on the image to edit the link)."  Presumably
moving either the graphic file or the schematic file will cause this to
occur.  It is unclear how this would work in a networked setting.

Jeff Condit

----- Original Message -----
From: "Dennis Saputelli" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: "Protel EDA Forum" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Tuesday, May 11, 2004 9:25 AM
Subject: Re: [PEDA] logo in template does not show


> this issue is always a bit of a mystery
> inside the DDB is proven not to work, it only seems to work sometimes
>
> if you put the graphic in the DDB which holds the sch template files
> that seems to work (but sometimes they still disappear though)
> i started putting copies of the graphic all over the place
> (various folders that seemed relavant)
> and for the last year or so they haven't disappeared
> i never did exactly figure it out though
>
> Dennis Saputelli
>
>
> Leo Potjewijd wrote:
> >
> > While experimenting with templates in P99SEsp6 I find that an included
logo
> > (BMP image) does not always show up.
> >
> > If the Ddb with the templates is open, all is well. If I close that Ddb
and
> > keep the design open the logo still shows, but when I open the design
the
> > next day (and keep the templates Ddb closed) the logo is replaced with
the
> > text "Logo IE.bmp file not found". The rest of the template shows up
just fine.
> >
> > I have imported the BMP file into the design Ddb: no success.
> > Design-Template-Update produces a 'file format not recognised' error.
> >
> > When I use Design-Template-SetTemplateFilename and reselect the template
> > from the templates Ddb the logo shows up again, even on sheets and Ddbs
> > that are opened afterwards. Closing the templates Ddb makes no
difference.
> >
> > The handbook is not really clear on this subject, nor is the online help
so
> > I suspect I missed something essential.
> > Can any of you guys point me in the correct direction? Any input is
greatly
> > appreceated.
> >
> > Leo Potjewijd
> > hardware designer
> > Integrated Engineering B.V.
> >
> > [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> > +31 20 4620700
>
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