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Re: Unresolved cross-references and missing graphics

On Mon, 19 Dec 2005 16:53:43 -0700, "Linda G. Gallagher" 
<lindag@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

>This is what I call "phantom unresolved cross references," a phenomenon that
>I believe started with version 6. I've been able to get rid of these
>phantoms by opening the file that is reported as having one or more
>unresolved xrefs, saving the file as .mif, opening the .mif file, and saving
>it back as .fm (overwriting the old file).

We've made that process a *lot* easier with the latest Mif2Go
upgrade, 44.  We added an item to the File menu, "Wash via MIF",
which does just what you want... without disturbing any other
MIF file you might have present.  It will also "wash" a whole
book in one shot, including the .book file itself.  And it's
really fast, a few seconds tops for most files.

It works fine from the demo version of Mif2Go, and we approve 
of commercial use of this feature with the demo, so it costs 
nothing to add it to your toolkit.  Download and install the 
(unlimited) demo from:

We're going to add more free goodies like this (and runfm.exe)
regularly.  It's not just for the season.  ;-)

>In some circumstances, which I've admittedly not delved into deeply, this
>happen regularly. I think that conditions have something to do with it.

IIRC, when Frame checks cross-references, it checks them all,
including those in hidden conditional text.  But if the xref
source is hidden, it reports the xref as unresolved.  It's 
best to use Show All when checking (or rechecking) xrefs.

-- Jeremy H. Griffith, at Omni Systems Inc.
  <jeremy@xxxxxxxxx>  http://www.omsys.com/

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