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    Guild Journeyer Wonko the Sane's Avatar
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    In moving my rather huge symbol art collection to my new computer, links to the symbols were broken in most (if not all) of my maps. The old installation was in C:\CC3 and the new one is in D:\CC3; all folders and contents are the same in the new CC3 install folder. Is there a way for me to get the maps to look for the symbols in the CC3 folder on the D: drive, or do I have to recreate the directories on the C: drive?
    As sexy as a big red X can be, a map full of them is quite an eyesore :-(

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    This is something I feel your pain on. I believe if you saved your files as being located in the 'relative path' you should be good placing them back into a similar location. From the HELP for INSERT FILE:

    Relative path: If you are not using the embed in drawing option, relative path ensures that your drawings are portable to other computers. The file is referred to by its relative position.
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    Yeah. Apparently I didn't do that.
    Hopefully it works after I copy them to the C: drive.

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