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  1. I am having the same problem. I am working on a publisher linking back to a designer file. The links stopped working although they should not. Trying to open resource manager, publisher crashes... I can upload the files somewhere for you to have a look.
  2. Hey, no it was not on an external drive. In the end I could only resolve the issue by manually relinking about 100 images...
  3. Hey, I have set up a publisher file (in V1) which has a lot of linked images. I had to reorganise the image folder in the meanwhile, so I need to relink (now in V2) the files via Resource Manager. However, this does not seem to work. After selecting the correct folder, nothing happens. The resource managers simply maintains the old path. The only way for me to correctly relink the files is to manually replace them one by one, which is a lot of useless work for dozens of images. I am working on Publisher V2, M1 Mac, Ventura 13.0.1 (22A400). Hope you can have a look at this, All the best,
  4. Hey Walt, Thanks. Dutch hyphenation appears to work now for me. I do wonder why this is not automatically installed (since dutch spelling etc are all there)?
  5. Hey, I'm just looking into this conversation, and I haven't quite read through all 7 pages, so this question might have been addressed before, but there is something I don't understand. 'Global layers' seem to suggest a set of overarching layers that are higher in the hierarchy than regular layers. As I understand, this would not match with the use of layers in the other apps which is not nested. On the other hand a 'linked layer' (as exists in Photo) makes more sense to me. It would exist at the same level of regular layers but its behaviour would be linked across pages. It could be implemented starting from the existing 'linked layer' from Photo and adapt its behaviour to workflows typically used in lay-outing (eg. auto-create all linked layers in all new pages, of course without any objects). This seems simpler, so am I missing something? PS: For those who think long, multi-language documents don't exist in a single layout: I am now working on an atlas of 400-500 pages (in InDesign). All legends, captions and introductory texts are indeed in two languages. This use case is definitely not hypothetical in Belgium.
  6. Development seems to have slowed in the last few months. Is this a Christmas break or is 2.0 coming?
  7. It might be more useful to hide the dartboards from the layer panel. So you would just zoom out and visually select the artboard. The layer panel would only show those on the selected artboard and hide all other artboard layers. I currently find it needlessly clogged to see all artboards layers even though I am not working in them.
  8. Hey, any progress on the "minimise space" option? It would be very useful for archiving older large files in an efficient way...
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