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mmoulder

Reply to: Using a ditaval file in a 64bit system

If I am understanding you correctly, this wouldn't work either as we could have 12 different ditaval files to select from for a single output type. We were hoping to use the filter folder to start using ditaval files so the writers wouldn't have to remember every condition to use when creating the different guides.

I actually moved my install from the Program Files (x86) directory to a new directory. However, we are also now seeing that the ditaval files aren't even being used when we select them from the Advance button on the Set Conditions screen. Any idea why this is happening? Mine might be because I moved my install path. If so, that is a bug.

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