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Verknuepfung - Link searching automatically

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Aug 19, 2013

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Now i try to say it in my best English:


I miss a feature pretty badly.
If the path of a shortcut file has changed, it may be restored by a click on "re-link".
It used to be, that once the appropriate folder, in which the needed image is, gets selected, the selection jumps straight to the needed image (Basicly the image with the same name as the requested link).
 
Today, this feature is missing.
Here is an example if I could not explain it in the upper rows:
I need the image "EAN_7468363846789.EPS" re-linked.
The folder in which this data is in is called "EAN CODES 2013".
So I'm used to just - re-Link - folder selection - EAN CODE 2013 - open - ((Now the selection jumps magically to the desired image)) -click.
Since the CS6, the sequence is as follows:
re-link - folder selection - EAN CODE 2013 - open - (reading a lot of EAN Codes... search-search-search... is this the right one? read again - click
 
In my Opinion the described feature was good.
There is no sence in not implying it in the CS6. It just make everybodys live harder.
 
Please look into your Hard Drive, search for your merci file and bring back this feature.
 
With kind regards.
 

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Verknuepfung - Link searching automatically

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Aug 19, 2013

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Now i try to say it in my best English:


I miss a feature pretty badly.
If the path of a shortcut file has changed, it may be restored by a click on "re-link".
It used to be, that once the appropriate folder, in which the needed image is, gets selected, the selection jumps straight to the needed image (Basicly the image with the same name as the requested link).
 
Today, this feature is missing.
Here is an example if I could not explain it in the upper rows:
I need the image "EAN_7468363846789.EPS" re-linked.
The folder in which this data is in is called "EAN CODES 2013".
So I'm used to just - re-Link - folder selection - EAN CODE 2013 - open - ((Now the selection jumps magically to the desired image)) -click.
Since the CS6, the sequence is as follows:
re-link - folder selection - EAN CODE 2013 - open - (reading a lot of EAN Codes... search-search-search... is this the right one? read again - click
 
In my Opinion the described feature was good.
There is no sence in not implying it in the CS6. It just make everybodys live harder.
 
Please look into your Hard Drive, search for your merci file and bring back this feature.
 
With kind regards.
 

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Aug 19, 2013

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This forum is only to discuss how the forums operate, not products

If you go to the Forums Index http://forums.adobe.com/index.jspa

You will be able to select a forum for the Adobe product you use

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Aug 22, 2013

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If you can tell us which Adobe product your are using, and referring to, then one of the MOD's can Move your post to the appropriate Adobe product forum.

Good luck,

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