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Re: Saving a file name with a slash creates another folder

From: Lucinda DeWitt <ladewitt@lucindadewitt.com>
Date: Thu, 18 Mar 2010 09:24:26 -0500
Message-ID: <4BA2379A.4050602@lucindadewitt.com>
To: Alma Hunt <ayesha.nk@gmail.com>
CC: www-amaya@w3.org
The simplest explanation can be found at:
See the section on reserved characters or words.

Basically, most systems (and many people) see "/" as a path separator, 
thus it shouldn't be part of a filename.

Hope this helps.

Alma Hunt wrote:
> Consider this example:
> 1. Create a new file with the name Create a User/Subscriber Profile.
> 2. Navigate to the File menu and click Save as.
> After you save, go to the saved location. You will see a new folder "Create
> a User" and the file that was actually saved as "Create a User/Subscriber
> Profile" is now saved with the name "Subscriber Profile.html".
> Could anybody please explain me why Amaya is behaving this way?
> Thanks in advance.

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