So if something is missed I could relocate to other drive or folder and Substane Designer would find files automaticaly instead of me going to each of of yellow triangles and do it for evry files one by one ?
That's something we want to improve in the near future, but for the moment there is no way to relocate several resources at a time, even if they are all in the same directories. We should be smarter, and try to relocate automaticaly all the resources when a user has solved one missing dependency.
Man. This is one one those things it's hard to understand. Paths inside a code isn't rocket science, it's a variable. I know that each lanchage deals with path characters in a different way, but this is SO MUCH needed and seems like something would be fixed by a Jr. Coder/dev inside adobe.
Sorry to sound like a rant, it's just a nightmare to deal with many resources and broken links... And the way the path is saved inside the app TO THE USER, makes no sense... For instance, this is how Substance Designer save the paths :
D:\Google Drive Bkp\Substance\_Bitmap_Samples\_ It add a SPACE between folders and on the space it adds a "_". What is this ? Just a lack of a function inside the code that just translates it correctly between the frontend and the backend ? I can't see why this is like that. And if you remove the path, the software should search for the image on the project path, but no. It just say it's broken... No usual way to manage the path works... I really hope Adobe fix this. Probably easy to fix, but probably its far away from a priority...