Question about streamlining Axure prototypes, Feb 3

4 Feb 2009 - 11:13am
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Gloria Petron
2007

Hello,
I'm generating an Axure prototype that's morphed quite a bit over time.
How can I clean up the prototype folder to get rid of unused files and
folders?
I don't see a "Clean up/remove unused files" feature on Axure.
Does one do this manually?

Thanks!
Gloria

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4 Feb 2009 - 12:03pm
Kim McGalliard
2006

If you remove all of the unused pages or layers from your prototype, then save it with a different name in a different folder, it will save only the files that are in the current prototype. If you need to revert to the original name, you can delete the old prototype, then rename the new one with the original name.

Hope this helps.

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Hello,
I'm generating an Axure prototype that's morphed quite a bit over time.
How can I clean up the prototype folder to get rid of unused files and
folders?
I don't see a "Clean up/remove unused files" feature on Axure.
Does one do this manually?

Thanks!
Gloria
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4 Feb 2009 - 12:02pm
Tiziano Luccarelli
2009

Dear Gloria,
nice to meet you. Let me try to help you.

The prorotype is generated every time you need (clicking on the
button). If your question is referred to the folder containing the
html files, my suggestion is to empty the content of that folder and
generate last, updated prototype.

I hope this could be useful.

Ciao,
Tiziano

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