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Update:11-30Source: network consolidation
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So I'm working on a file, I close it, then I can't re-open
it. Bizarrely, the same file WILL open on another PC OK. (a puny
IBM ThinkPad)
This is deeply frustrating as it's a file I've been working
on for days.
Help me please!
XP, Dell Precision 490, FH 11.02

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Nick Oakley wrote:
> Import>Copy>pasting elements from the original
into a new page, then saving
> and re-opening tells me that a blend between two rows of
circles is causing
> the problem. Ungouping, unjoining, then re-joining seems
to cure it.
Did you have 'Remember layer info' turned on in Preferences
when you created
the group?
I have had document corruption when a complex group was made
of a number of
nested groups. The subgroups were saved with 'remember layer
info' on. The
group went through several revisions, while the layers in the
subsequent
documents had the same layer names but were in various
orders. Some elements
were added via the Paste Behind command.
This shouldn't cause a problem, except that when you do
ungroup, bits and
pieces are going to go to unexpected layers.
For this reason, I usually work with 'Remember layer info'
off, and only
turn it on when I need it for a specific purpose.
Did you have 'remember layer info' set the same way on both
computers?
Judy Arndt