O.K. Here’s an issue I have with the manual. I created three libraries and then realized that I wanted to combine them, as opening multiple libraries for one purpose (research) seemed awkward. I went to the manual to find out how to merge libraries and read this:
“To combine two libraries, first open both of them in EagleFiler. Drag the Records icon from one library’s source list onto the Records icon in the other library’s source list. This will import the entire contents of the library, including all of the metadata.”
That did not work. What you meant to write was to drag the top level icon, under Records, to the library you want it to be in. Dragging the Records icon from one library to another does not work.
Second issue: Once I moved the library, I then created a new folder in the existing library called Newspapers. Under that, I created a folder called Florida City. Under that, I created folders for years. And under that, I created folders for each month of that year. Moving files from the old library to the new library went smoothly as I moved the contents of each folder to a new folder that I created. But then, I took a “short cut” and created 12 monthly folders so that I could then move the contents of each month into the appropriate month. I labeled them 1 January, 2 February, etc. I moved the contents of January and the folder names went back to Untitled, Untitled 1, Untitled 2, etc. Why?
Third issue: When I moved the files from the old August folder to the new one, I got an error, missing file warning and was not able to move the files.