I'm using Filemaker Pro 126.96.36.1993.
I've been scratching my head at this for a long while now, and I'm at wits end. We have two scripts, created by an ex-employee long before me, one that imports an ad from the graphics department into a container, and one that saves those ads/records as PDFs to a folder, then sends those PDFs out to the respective customers.
This script was originally run on a desktop Mac. The boss wanted everything on that Mac transferred over to a Mac Mini (probably overkill on the details, but I'd rather not skip anything). So we re-downloaded everything onto the Mac Mini, and now, the script throws this error when saving the PDFs.
"my_file_name.pdf" could not be created on this disk. Use a different name, make more room on the disk, unlock it or use a different disk."
Now, this was the original script. This did not work with the Mac Mini, so I investigated.
All of the output/input directories here are this. filemac:/Macintosh HD/Users/UserName/Desktop/FolderName/$FileName
This is for both Save Records as PDF and the Send Mail commands, including the commented out Loop command.
Now, I changed the file directory to filemac:/Macintosh HD/Users/UserName1/Desktop/FolderName1/$FileName for all of the respective commands, and it spits out the same error. I verified that it's not a permissions issue, as I've given Read&Write permissions to all of the needed folders, and even attempted running it as Admin several times. After some research, I've read that it may be a font issue. We then proceeded to install all of the fonts that were on the previous system, and it did not work. Restarted the computer to ensure this as well. I then saw that Adobe could be having some issues, so we did a fresh install of Adobe Acrobat, and even attempted the script with it uninstalled. I also made sure it wasn't the filename causing the issue, and I renamed the files "myFileName.pdf" instead of "my_file_name.pdf". I've done a few more things as well, but I've been working on this for a few days now and have forgotten.
Is there anything I'm missing here?