Unexpected message when saving book file after changing conditional view

2009-06-17 Thread Jeff Schweiner
I'm getting an unexpected message when working on FM books that uses conditional tags. The message is listed below. The filename reported in the message (chiaTp_cover.fm in the example below) is always the first file in the book, all other files are saved without a message. File C:\Documents and

Re: Unexpected message when saving book file after changing conditional view

2009-06-17 Thread Lin Sims
On Wed, Jun 17, 2009 at 12:43 PM, Jeff Schweinerschw...@cray.com wrote: I'm getting an unexpected message when working on FM books that uses conditional tags.  The message is listed below. The filename reported in the message (chiaTp_cover.fm in the example below) is always the first file in

Re: Unexpected message when saving book file after changing conditional view

2009-06-17 Thread Art Campbell
This usually pops up if someone else has modified / opened / copied the file while it's open on your desktop. If you're sure that no one has, it's likely to be network error or a permissions problem on the server and can be ignored. It happens most often when your network occasionally goes up and

Unexpected message when saving book file after changing conditional view

2009-06-17 Thread Jeff Schweiner
I'm getting an unexpected message when working on FM books that uses conditional tags. The message is listed below. The filename reported in the message (chiaTp_cover.fm in the example below) is always the first file in the book, all other files are saved without a message. "File C:\Documents

Unexpected message when saving book file after changing conditional view

2009-06-17 Thread Lin Sims
On Wed, Jun 17, 2009 at 12:43 PM, Jeff Schweiner wrote: > I'm getting an unexpected message when working on FM books that uses > conditional tags. ?The message is listed below. The filename reported in > the message (chiaTp_cover.fm in the example below) is always the first > file in the book, all

Unexpected message when saving book file after changing conditional view

2009-06-17 Thread Art Campbell
This usually pops up if someone else has modified / opened / copied the file while it's open on your desktop. If you're sure that no one has, it's likely to be network error or a permissions problem on the server and can be ignored. It happens most often when your network occasionally goes up and