Hi,

I have a similar situation.

I've been working on some python scripts to deal with this.

I hope I'll have a (quick and dirty) working/workable solution on the
weekend or so.

I am using Linux, though, and I'll need to make  it work on Windows
afterwards.

If you're not in a hurry I will post the scripts when available.

Meanwhile, if would like to exchange some ideas, please email me.

Regards,

jal


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On Wed, Nov 7, 2012 at 5:13 AM, <hans...@gmail.com> wrote:

> If I have a file attachment link embedded in a page (done via drag and
> drop, relative links) and I'm then moving pages around in the hierarchy,
> shouldn't the linked file be moved to the corresponding location along with
> the page.
>
> I've just discovered I've got hundreds of broken links scattered through
> thousands of pages. 8-(
>
> Is there a way to check for and flag these even if I then have to fix them
> manually?
>
> ==================
> OT - are there any instructions on getting spellcheck to work on Windows?
> I've got Python-driven apps set up, but everything's "portable" so most
> likely will need batch files to set EnVars, modify the PATH etc. . .
>
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