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Utilities/Usage problem

Utilities/Usage problem

Utilities/Usage problem

Hi, our IT unit have upgraded our server and my hard drive and reinstalled my programs.  Since then many of my Quark files have lost their way to the pictures. When I go to Utilites/Usage/Pictures it lets me find the missing picture but then does not prompt me with the usual 'other pictures located in this folder' so I have'find' each picture individually.  Anyone know why?
Thank you

RE: Utilities/Usage problem

...do you know if the server names have changed?

...this would then break links to images if names have been changed...

...as a workaround if dealing with loads of images, have you tried moving the quark file into the same folder as the images?




RE: Utilities/Usage problem

...also are we talking about Quark 8 here?

...there have been reports of QXP V8 having issues that Quark are aware of when dealing with linked images inside separate folders on shared networks...



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