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Publish to Responsive HTML5 problem relating to image names

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Mar 02, 2020

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Publishing a book to Responsive HTML5 is suddenly appending a number string to the end of an image's name for multiple images. For example:

  • An image is placed in a FrameMaker (.fm) document as CreateCustom_03.png.
  • After publication with the Responsive HTML5 option, that same image is now CreateCustom_0300024.png and the link information in its HTML document has been modified accordingly.

This presents significant challenges as InstallShield (the program we use to generate a setup file for new versions of our software) doesn't recognize the filename change that has occurred since the last delivery (setup). This happens with multiple images. I get that a single "assets" folder serves as the repository for all images, but duplication is not an issue for an image file whose name is used only once throughout a book.

Any advice on this is appreciated.

Thanks.

 

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Publish to Responsive HTML5 problem relating to image names

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Publishing a book to Responsive HTML5 is suddenly appending a number string to the end of an image's name for multiple images. For example:

  • An image is placed in a FrameMaker (.fm) document as CreateCustom_03.png.
  • After publication with the Responsive HTML5 option, that same image is now CreateCustom_0300024.png and the link information in its HTML document has been modified accordingly.

This presents significant challenges as InstallShield (the program we use to generate a setup file for new versions of our software) doesn't recognize the filename change that has occurred since the last delivery (setup). This happens with multiple images. I get that a single "assets" folder serves as the repository for all images, but duplication is not an issue for an image file whose name is used only once throughout a book.

Any advice on this is appreciated.

Thanks.

 

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I only thought it appended the numeric counter on multiple images with the same name. Are you sure that you have only one with that name? Anyway, wouldn't your installer clear out all the published files first before loading in a fresh set?

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