Henry, I remember your name from years back ... always useful.
When I go to the Image Manager, there are four images listed. One is acmelogo and I have no idea what that is. One is IdeaGardenGM which I know was an old one we aren't using any more. I deleted those.
One is called IdeaGardenGE. That is the right name, but the path is an old location before I did some reorg. So, presumably I can delete that too.
The last is called ImageStyle_0, which I know nothing about, but the path is to the correct image. I presume I should embed that one.
TurboCAD's Image Manager
can be fickle and finicky. (I often lose Images and links
to Images... Embedded or simply "Loaded"; also, I often experience CRASHES while working in Image Manager.)
From what I read of your Post (above), I would delete all
the Images in Image Manager; then "Load" the Image you want, navigating to it as directed.
In Image Manager-- unlike many other programs and Windows' windows-- it is best to click "Apply" before closing out of the window. In fact, because of Image Managers' fickleness and finickiest, I have gotten into the habit of clicking "Apply" after every action
that I do in Image Manager.
Also: You can choose to Embed the Image if you want; personally, I've stopped doing that. TurboCAD file-size gets too big... for my satisfaction.
I now usually just "Load" the Image, and make sure not to move that Image file from its location
« Last Edit: March 21, 2014, 03:00:05 PM by Alvin Gregorio »
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