I have a site that just gives information and a booking calendar to
those who jointly own a holiday apartment. Nothing complicated - just
pages with the required information with some local images as
background. Just over a year ago I added the Background Supersizer
action to most of the pages.
I work on a 27" iMac with 24" second screen and a 17" mbp and
sometime in the last year I started another site in a shared folder
using Hightail (a Dropbox-alike) so I could easily do minor changes
from the mbp in the living room without having version problems. I
also moved the then latest holiday property site entire tree to the
Hightail folder, but didn’t make the changes I had intended to make.
By ‘entire tree’ I mean a site-named folder containing: a media
folder with all the images, another containing pdf docs, the FW
document and its backups, and some Showcase documents. The site
refers to nothing outside the site-named folder.
Last week I made a change to the holiday property site and all the
backgrounds disappeared totally. I did have to re-generate a Showcase
slideshow within the Hightail area, but that worked fine. Removing,
publishing, re-adding and force re-publishing the B-S pages didn’t
bring the backgrounds back. No backgrounds at all.
I then duplicated the entire site tree from the Hightail folder back
into a new unshared folder on the mbp, published and uploaded. All
Is there a problem with keeping FW data on such a shared folder?
Another site works fine from the shared folder, but that one doesn’t
use B-S. So far it’s only the B-S action that fails. Only one copy of
FW open at a time of course.
Ideas? No link, because it currently works fine.
David Ledger - Freelance Unix Sysadmin in the UK.
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