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I've inherited a proj using d2h from which I want to migrate to editing
in native XHTML.
Trouble is, when d2h moves the content from it's internal format [MS
Word?] to [whatever] it renames all our nice human readable image names
(e.g. define_sim_case_rock.png) to [something like] img072.jpg.
Everything still works, but as we have 1000s of files, we don't want to
throw away the human-readable file names.
Any thoughts? We're fairly desperate at this point, so any suggestion,
no matter how kludgey, is welcome.
PS: I don't need no HATT. We'll edit in native HTML push it through XSLT
to get whatever output we need; but that's another story