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Compile with separate /image folder


 
astaga Hi, this is my first post.
Congratulations on a great product.

All my images for my eBook are located in a image folder.  Many folks/software structure it such to make file management easier in a design.

Is it possible to make Activ eBook compile with this setup? Copying all the files from the image folder onto a flat structure is not an issue.  However, admending all references to point to the flat structure can be tedious (eg changing all /images/***  to just /***  is ok for img src type lines, but also repointing SWF files, CSS entries, JS entries, and others can take much time).

Is it possible to somehow "map" the /image/ folder to the main root parent so that we don't have to do this.  This would be a great help and feature!

Many thanks for considering this....

(Edited by astaga at 12:39 pm on June 30, 2008)


(Edited by astaga at 12:43 pm on June 30, 2008)

(Edited by astaga at 3:49 pm on June 30, 2008)


Posted on: 2:38 am on June 30, 2008
RiffRaff Morning, Astaga...
Don't take this as gospel, as there as many more experienced Activ users than me out there, but I fear you'll find the answer is "no" - all files have got to be in one folder only.
I originally had the same problem with image and SWF file locations on my pages, and found the quickest way to amend was to use my HTML editor's "replace" facility.

Posted on: 10:58 am on July 2, 2008

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