yep! You have to relink all your images or you have to change the images
folder name in the edge.js file.
I agree, there should be a better way.
I personally create all my folders first - iamges, media, css and then save
the necessary items in those folders.
i might talk about that in my future tutorials on edgehero.com.
I'm not sure that's any easier. It would be nice if Edge gave you a(n obvious) way to re-link files, but it even fails in that respect.
What would be better is if I could just point Edge to my FTP site and put the library on there. It would solve so many problems... failing that though, some sort of library management option set needs to be implemented in this software. I try to practice appropriate file management, but I hate having to be punished with an extra twenty minutes of work for one little mistake.
Actually, I couldn't just change the images, because like I stated before, I went from PNG to JPEG files, so if I had just dropped those files in the library folder and deleted my originals I would have probably lost all of my animations, because I DON'T TRUST THIS PROGRAM TO WORK THAT SMOOTHLY.
Thank you resddesign. Very helpful. I agree it would be a good idea to develop a tutorial on the matter. I am just having the same kind of problem and it helps know how the library works.