Image Link with hidden layer images

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Sep 24, 2020

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Hi everyone,

I could not able to relink the images due to Internal Linked story in the link palette. I try to ignore and run the script it wont work. Could anyone help me out from this.

linksDetails is an array I stored the multiple folder path for relink.

 

    doc = app.activeDocument;
    var LinksDoc = [];
    var myLinks = doc.links;
    var saveDoc = false;
    if(myLinks.length>0){
        for(a=0; a<myLinks.length; a++){
            if(myLinks[a].linkType != "Internal Linked Story" || myLinks[a].linkType != "Internal Linked Object"){
                var singleImages = String(linksDetails).split(",");
                for(b=0; b<singleImages.length; b++){
                        alert(myLinks[a].name);
                    if(singleImages[b].search(myLinks[a].name) > 0) {
                        myLinks[a].show();
                        var newLinkPath = File(singleImages[b]);
                        myLinks[a].relink(newLinkPath);
                        saveDoc = true;
                        break;
                    }
                }
            }
            saveDoc = true;
        }

 

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Adobe Community Professional , Sep 24, 2020
brianp311 Adobe Community Professional , Sep 24, 2020
How is it not working? Does it throw an error?    First thing is to wrap everything within your for block in a try/catch statement. This will skip through any errors.   Secondly, String.search is not available in ExtendScript. Use String.indexOf instead (>= 0, since 0 would return the start of the string).   

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How is it not working? Does it throw an error? 

 

First thing is to wrap everything within your for block in a try/catch statement. This will skip through any errors.

 

Secondly, String.search is not available in ExtendScript. Use String.indexOf instead (>= 0, since 0 would return the start of the string). 

 

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