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Thank you for your help. I applied the patch, and am still having the same problems with creating and editing hyperlinks. It seems like it's not a Windows 10 compatibility problem then.
What else should I try?
Thanks again; I appreciate your assistance.
I have tried it on Win10 but it is working fine at my end.
Can you please share the file or a small zipped project which has this issue?
It will be easy for us to debug the issue.
Thank you for your help. Unfortunately, company policy doesn't allow me to send files to outside sources.
My cowokers are working on the same project with no problems, both using RH 2015. They're on Windows 7, and I'm on 10, leaving that as the biggest variable. I'm also working on a loaned company laptop that is running Windows 7, and am not having linking problems.
Will let you know what I find out. Thank you for your time. I appreciate it.
My company would prefer if I didn't send a project. The larger one that I'm working on has existed for years with no problems, and these problems are only occurring for me just now, after being added on Windows 10. Other people are able to work on it now, and are not having problems. Has anyone else had similar problems? We're using an SVN system to work on the project simultaneously.
It might be worth pointing out that Surbhi is a member of Adobe's staff and it is Adobe to whom you would be sending the project. However, it seems likely this is not a project problem as the project works for everyone else.
I guess the first question is whether anyone for whom it is working is on Windows 10?
I am not a source control user so my knowledge here is sketchy but have you tried just taking a fresh instance of the whole project?
Could you check one of the sample projects into source control and see if you then have any problems with it?
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