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  1. APUB, OS X 10.13.65 A couple of releases ago, the auto update for external links was working. If you changed a picture file, for example, APUB would automatically recognize the change and immediately update the target in the document. Now, it doesn't happen. I think that the Resource Manager will still show that a link needs to be updated, but the auto update and notification message no longer show up and the object does not get updated until you take further action (save and open the document or use the Resource Manager). Was this feature removed or is it a regression?
  2. With both Publisher and Photo open, I edit and save a linked photo in Photo, but it does not update automatically in Publisher. "Automatically update linked resources when modified externally" is checked in Preferences>General. It has been checked the entire time I have been working on the document. The feature has worked in the past. Going to Document>Resource Manager, highlighting the linked photo and clicking the "Update" button works fine. The photo is linked twice to the document (different views), both are in picture frames. Publisher Photo Thanks, Keith