Leslieinva
Is there any way to create relative links to file attachments instead of absolute links to the files?  I'd like to be able to copy a brain, MyBrain, from my desktop PC & paste it to my laptop (brain file & its folder where I have sub-folders for all my attachments).  I found a  brain zip doesn't include the attached files even if stored in the MyBrain folder.

I'm don't want to import the files into my brain, because I would like to access them in organized folders outside of my brain too.

Thanks!

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JAB

Sorry I do not have the answer but I have exactly the same question/problem. I would appreciate a solution if there is one available/possible.

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Leslieinva
I haven't figured it out yet, but I will keep you in mind if do I figure it out. Please do the same for me if you can.
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agnor
Hi there,

A brainzip will only include internal file attachments--it will not include the virtual/external files.  However, I've had a lot of luck with moving my brain between a desktop and laptop with a brainzip, internal attachments included.

When you click "Create Brainzip", make sure the "Include file Attachments" box is checked.

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