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How do I "Use Lowercase File Names" in Responsive HTML5?

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Oct 11, 2016

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Unlike the WebHelp Settings dialog, the Responsive HTML5 Settings dialog doesn't contain a Use Lowercase File Names checkbox. This is causing me a problem with LINUX. Is there an easier way of overcoming this other than manually renaming files? What is the work around?

Is there a technical reason as to why the Use Lowercase File Names option isn't included in the Responsive HTML5 Settings dialog?

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How do I "Use Lowercase File Names" in Responsive HTML5?

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Unlike the WebHelp Settings dialog, the Responsive HTML5 Settings dialog doesn't contain a Use Lowercase File Names checkbox. This is causing me a problem with LINUX. Is there an easier way of overcoming this other than manually renaming files? What is the work around?

Is there a technical reason as to why the Use Lowercase File Names option isn't included in the Responsive HTML5 Settings dialog?

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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Looks like Flare has the same issue too - one solution mentioned "we worked around this issue by configuring our Apache server to use mod_speling. This causes the server to ignore case-sensitivity in file names."

I'd fire off a wish list item to the Adobe RH team.

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