I think im going crazy but there must me an option do do this.
I am working o a Multi - language Magazine. So i create a folder Book_SV and store the bookfile(indb) in that folder and all associated documents to that book.
Now i want to create a new language, so i copy the folder and rename it to create Book_DK to use the first as a template and change the text and make local adjutsments.
My problem is that the Book-file in Book_DK still retains the links to Book_SV.
I've found people complaining about Indesign using absolut path to link to the documents in the indb-file and of course its going to cause trouble when copying folders.
But how do you change the path of a document inside of a book-file?
@Surferboy – you have to build a new book file to get that right.
There are scripts around that would do the tedious work.
Let me see. It's all in German and dates back to 2009, but see the following post by Martin Fischer:
Sorting order is alphabetically (depending on the OS, it might be wise to name the InDesign files with a prefix like "001_", "002_", "003_" etc.pp.)
Thanks @Laubender .
My german is pretty good, i tried the script and it worked. Well as you said, sorting order is alphabetic.