It might help to include a link to the other thread but the simple fact is that without 802 you can continue to hit this problem no matter how many times you repair a project. That is why is disagreed with your earlier comment telling people not to install it.
I really feel for you and the predicament in which you find yourself but I do think the only solution is to apply 802 and fix the problem, that is why I asked Gravenstein to come into the other thread to pass on her advice. She uses source control, I do not.
I am also trying to get some instructions together for source control users but it may be a day or two before they are complete. What I have been told is that you need to check out all the FPJs, fix the broken links and then check back in. After that, all users need to delete their local CPDs and take fresh copies of the project. Not sure if that makes sense as, like I said, I don't use source control. It is those steps that I am trying to get validated.
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I am checking out all for security so others can't make any changes. I will wait until Gravenstein comments before making any changes. We were not having any problems until the 802 updated my system.