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I work for a print shop as our prepress guy. We run prinergy as our workflow software and use win 03' server. Between my machine and our art room we have 3 mac clients, all running leopard (10.5.8). Right now my client is the only one affected by the 31 character limit. I can take a file from either of the other two clients with over 31 characters and place it on the same server. I want this changed so that those clients can no longer do that and they also abide by the restriction. How do I go about this? Thanks.
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I can't guarantee this would work - but take a look at this post:

MacScripter / File Name Length

the last entry in the thread appears to have a full script that seems like it is solving a problem for them that is similar to what you're having to deal with.

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I can't guarantee this would work - but take a look at this post:

MacScripter / File Name Length

the last entry in the thread appears to have a full script that seems like it is solving a problem for them that is similar to what you're having to deal with.
Interesting approach. I'm going to give that a try. Thank you.
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