[FIXED] Cant Read files by "./"

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[FIXED] Cant Read files by "./"

Post by NJin » 23 Jul 2014, 01:53

If i want to write for example a link for image, only "file://" can read it and not "./"
Example: I want to load an image called "quad.jpg". I can only load it with "file://Media/Manialinks/quad.jpg" and not "./quad.jpg".
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Re: Cant Read files by "./"

Post by noyranea » 23 Jul 2014, 14:45

Hi Jinzo,

Thank you for your report.

The problem is linked to the fact that, since you're in the editor, you may not have saved your file yet, so there is no absolute path on which we can build the path for you image. Thus, './' is, for now, automatically replaced by 'file://'.

The problem has been treated though : in the next update, you'll be able to use relative paths as soon as you've saved your file (and thus generated an absolute path for your manialink). If you try using a relative path before saving your file, './' will still be replaced by 'file://'.
Of course, a file you opened using the file toolbar will already have a path.

Do not hesitate to report any other problem, or even to give suggestions for further improvements to this tool. They're always welcome.

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Re: Cant Read files by "./"

Post by NJin » 23 Jul 2014, 14:58

Ok thx for the info^^
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Re: Cant Read files by "./"

Post by noyranea » 23 Jul 2014, 16:41

It just got updated, you can use relative paths now :yes:

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