After updating to RW 7.1 I’ve come across a weird bug with the RW Blog page:
Because I want to have a sidebar available on the Blog main page but nowhere else, I have deactivated “use master style” for the blog page. The main page works just fine. The individual blog pages, though, all have a wrong path set to the rw_commons folder:
Interestingly, the paths for scripts and so on is correct.
Is this a bug or do I have to set up something differently? It all worked just fine the last time I checked with RW version 6.x
Link to plain RW export result
Link to adjusted RW export result
The problem still exists, but I am using the following workaround:
- Export the page to local folder
- upload the local folder to the website manually via FTP
For step 1) I have set up a Hazel action to run the perl script:
perl -pi -e ‘s/="…/rw_common/="…/…/rw_common/g’
Hazel is fast enough to deal with the folder before I am actually uploading the files.
Step 2) I have to do anyway due to inside RW FTP upload is not working for me, because of an FTP proxy (this is another topic, though).
Sorry to hear you’re having issues and having to resort to using Hazel. Can you send us your project file so we can re-create the issue here. We’ll then be able to get it fixed!
Send it to "email@example.com" with the subject of “ATTN:Dan”.
This issue is now fixed in RapidWeaver 7.1.1 - https://www.realmacsoftware.com/rapidweaver/releasenotes/