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lodmore\′s Photo
14 Dec 07, 10:23AM
(4 replies)
I am having problems loading diagrams into the "Diagram editor. There are already a number there and it seems reluctant to take more.
CodeCogs\′s Photo
14 Dec 07, 3:53PM
Hi, Hi thanks for reporting this. I hope we've fixed this problem. We've updated the entire image manager and fixed a number of bugs along the way.

Let us know if you still have issues.
lodmore\′s Photo
18 Dec 07, 11:58AM
Still no good! I can scan a diagram put into the computer memory. I can select it on the insert brouser and it tries to load ( The small rectangle on the bottom left shows green bars momentarily but then nothing) This has happened with various diagrams.
lodmore\′s Photo
18 Dec 07, 12:09PM
I wonder whether I have just fund the problem. When I scan a diagram I am using NP navigator. I click to put the image into " my pictures"and they go into a date file. The effect is that there seems to be more than one copy of say IMG 0003jpg. One entered two days ago, one today and one yesterday.
CodeCogs\′s Photo
18 Dec 07, 2:55PM
I've introduced a number of changes: a) A new image with the same name as the old will now be renamed with a number appended to the end until the image name is unique. i.e. if you have fred.gif already on the system, an add another image called fred.gif, the second will become fred_1.gif. Adding another will create fred_2.gif and so on.

b) You can no longer click 'Insert into Text' until you have selected an image.

c) If you want to change an existing, goto the documentation page when it is shown, click to edit the page and either in 'Preview/Confirm' or 'Analysis' you will see an option to replace any images that already exist.

Remember, you may find it easier when writing documentation, to hard code in the image name that you want to use - particularly if your original images have obscure names. For example, if you type:
\image 1/fred.gif
Then if 'fred.gif' doesn't already exist the system will show a box in the image location and prompt you for a new image.

Hope this helps and thanks again for your feedback.
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