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  1. Hello I was replacing all my linked files, because of the new update. But then for one pdf, replacing did not work so I just deleted the frames to replace it from scratch. But suddenly the particular pdf vanished from my hard drive, just gone. Then I wanted to save the afpub and I got the error: save failed becaus the file could not be written to. It gave me the option to save it as a new file, but this just went into a loop, but still creating the afpub-files except all corrupt. I am not thrilled about the fact that I couldn't save as a new file and about the erasing of some linked files.
  2. Step 1: Made two new documents, one preferred linking images and one preferred embedding images, saved = 1,71 MB Step 2: Placed a linked EPS (1 MB) and saved = 5,76 MB Step 3: Placed a embedded EPS (1 MB) and saved = 5,76 MB Step 4: In Ressource Manager changed the EPS from embedded to linked and saved = 4,05 MB Step 5: In Resource Manager changed from linked to embedded and saved = 4,05 MB, changing from embedded to linked an saved = 5,77 MB Is it the file type? Or the buttons working wrong?