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I figured it out. The CSV file was malformed. I rebuilt it and it worked perfectly. Richard


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You can do this directly in the database by running the following update query: UPDATE civicrm_contact, (civicrm_relationship r LEFT JOIN civicrm_contact c ON c.id = r.contact_id_a) LEFT JOIN civicrm_contact c1 ON c1.id = r.contact_id_b SET c.employer_id = r.contact_id_b, c.organization_name = c1.organization_name WHERE r.relationship_type_id = 5 AND c....


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Here’s the solution to the issue you're facing – https://civicrm.org/extensions/no-overwrite


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After much digging, I found the reason why contact images were not appearing. It was due to a module that had a PHP file with two new lines before the opening PHP tag <?php. To figure this out, I created a local copy of the website and went through the modules list, enabling them one by one to see at what point the image broke. Once I'd found which ...


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Have you tried the extension for remote forms? I use it and it has a very nice and clean look (you can customize the css as well if you'd like) It's not like cf so you can't add random fields but for a basic profile it would work great. https://github.com/progressivetech/net.ourpowerbase.remoteform


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You have custom plugin or extension that is interacting with Activity type which expects custom fields in the system and is either disabled or deleted. Solution: 1. Turn off the extension if the system no longer needs it. 2. Enable/Add the custom field or custom group back into the system Cheers Pradeep


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