This sounds identical to a bug I reported a good many years ago,
where certain media files were not found in NarWeb though the rest
People considered several possibilities: the media files were in a
subdirectory; the format of the files might have been special; might
there have been some type of copyright protection on them? The
original problem seems to have gone away; but I don't recall why; or
that the bug was ever properly resolved.
I hope someone has a good explanation.
> Le 08/07/2017 à 10:23, Gramps Genealogy a écrit :
> > I have an internal link to a Gramps source which works within Gramps
> > but results in a "file not found" when output to a narrated Web site
> > report.
> What version of gramps do you use ?
> > Here is the narrated Web site HTML code. The Gramps source is
> > "British History Online".
> > <p>
> > "Opened 1894 as Gayhurst Rd. bd. for 358 B, 358 G, 363 I. Reorg.
> > 1927/32 for 560 SG, 328 I. Primary only by 1949, when renamed
> > Gayhurst. JM, I in 1951. Rolls 1993: 269 JM, 269 I."<br />
> > 'Hackney: Education', in Baker, TFT (ed.) <em>A History of the
> > County of Middlesex: Volume 10, Hackney</em>, London, 1995,
> > pp. 148-165.<br /> Available at: <em></em><a
> > href="../../../src/c/0/da337e8f17f69780dad8c3f920c.html"><em>British
> > History Online</em></a><em></em> [online].
> > http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/middx/vol10/pp148-165 [viewed
> > 7 July 2017]. </p>
> In what page do you have this ? In a source page, people page, ...