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Re: Bug with amaya 2.4

From: <Irene.Vatton@inrialpes.fr>
Date: Wed, 16 Feb 2000 16:17:18 +0100
Message-Id: <200002161517.QAA19405@tahiti.inrialpes.fr>
To: Karl-Michael Schneider <schneide@phil.uni-passau.de>
cc: be.mauclaire@libertysurf.fr, www-amaya@w3.org
In-reply-to: Your message of Tue, 15 Feb 2000 10:56:26 +0100."
             <200002150956.KAA27222@piezoelectric.phil.uni-passau.de> 
> > I found a buggg in amaya 2.4 :
> > when i wanted to open a file, it starts in the default amaya home directory :
> > /usr/bin/...
> > Then i "clic" several times with the mouse to the ".." charater in order to go
> > to my home directory. 
> > After that, no directories appear int the field of amaya browser for opening
> > file. Finalyy, to open my file, i have nno others solutions that to fill the
> > complete path of my html file to get it opened.
> > 
> > Conclusion, even if the filter is "*", no directories appears in the dialog
> > window for openingg a html file.
> > This happens a lot of times.
> > Otherwise, i suppose that i can modifed amaya's preferences (the menu) for
> > initialize the dfault directory at starting.
> 
> Look for dead links (i.e. symbolic links that point to a file or directory
> that does not exist) in your directories. Amaya stops listing subdirectories
> when it encounters a dead link. I had the same problem before. This is a bug.
> If you remove the dead links, all subdirectories will be displayed.
> 
> Karl-Michael
> 

I guess that is due to the system command used to list the directory contents.
We plan to change it but I'm not sure it will be available in the next release.
  Irene.
Received on Wednesday, 16 February 2000 10:17:32 UTC

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