Thank-you so much Kasyan and apologies for latching onto the wrong thread, my bad at the end of a long and trying week
What was I doing wrong though? I notice that you leave out the '.', my very limited reading of the line where you split the picture name to remove the extention lead me to believe that the new base name no longer had the ''." on it and it needed to be part of the extention name in the array?
var myInDesignVersion = Number(String(app.version).split("."));
And why did it work for the first array member but not the others?
I'll not be upset at all if you're too busy to answer any of those doubtless nood questions
Thank-you so much for your time on this, it's going to a real coup for me if it works, as for untested? ha! Any idea how many versions of your script I have now that didn;t quite work?
I'm going to not die of gratitude now so I can save myself for the version that does all open files and remebers the graphic folder and even does a text report.
Thanks once again Kasyan!
It's hard for me to find this out, without actually running the script against your document. If the last version of the script doesn't work for you, post/send me a zipped sample indd-document with low res images.
Actually I even didn't try to sort it out, because what you are trying to achieve, I think, requires a little different approach.
There was a long discussion on this script about a year ago — http://forums.adobe.com/thread/288209?start=50&tstart=0, where people gave me some interesting ideas of how to improve it: batch process all files in a book, selected folder, etc.
But there's only one thing left — find a little time to do this.
Understood, fine, it was on the off chance that you'd know straight away
I'm using the new version you kindly supplied and it's certainly working, I'm not completely convinced that it's picking up all the permutations but that might be down to dodgy characters in the file names, some of the hires image names from the Image Libraries are different to the positionals they supply initially and I suspect that sometimes there's html type characters in there that look the same but aren't, sigh
I'll give full and proper feedback once I've had the chance to test properly
And there's absolutely no need to excuse your time available to help out people with their problems, dear god