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Hi,

I currently have a project on my desktop pc, with a subfolder containing the linked images (as recommended in the help). If I move my folder including file and subfolder on the same pc, the links still work. Unfortunately, syncing them over my OneDrive to my laptop, the links get lost. The absolute path on the laptop is different, the relative path is the same.

Is there a fix for this? There's too many images to always relocate them manually when changing the device. I would like an option to tell publisher to just always use relative paths instead of picking absolute or relative automatically, because apparently it doesn't work in some cases...

Best regards and thank you for any help
Mikka

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2 hours ago, Mikka said:

Is there a fix for this? There's too many images to always relocate them manually when changing the device.

One hint: you don't need to relocate them all manually. When you are prompted about missing images, choose Yes. (Do not choose Resource Manager.) Then find the first image, and Publisher will find the others automatically.

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