[Wine] Notepad appends ".txt" to file names it looks for
Alexander Nicolaysen Sørnes
alex at thehandofagony.com
Tue Sep 9 15:43:01 CDT 2008
På Torsdag 04 september 2008 , 23:20:53 skrev Walter Dnes:
> BTW, the 4NEC author's first language is not English, so plese go easy
> on the grammer in the program. "Help ==> About" indicates version
> 5.7.3, Windows XP running on Intel Pentium.
> On Thu, Sep 04, 2008 at 02:52:17AM -0500, jeffz wrote
> > Can you give a step by step guide of how to reproduce this?
> > I've downloaded the program but I'm unsure of how to reproduce
> > your problem.
> 1) Start 4NEC2. All of the following steps take place on the "Main"
> 2) select... Settings ==> Notepad Edit
> 3) File ==> Open 4NEC2 in-/output- file
> open any of the example files, e.g. Example1.NEC
> (Note; this step used to cause me problems at first, now it doesn't;
> 4) Edit ==> Input (.nec) file
> At this point, I get the error dialog...
> File 'C:\4NEC2\MODELS\EXAMPLE1.NE.txt'
> does not exist
> Do you want to create a new file?
I have sent a patch to fix notepad's behaviour with regards to appending .txt
to filenames. But I was not able to reproduce the issue you described;
notepad opens the files just fine, without any errors. The issue seems to be
that notepad is given the filename C:\4NEC2\MODELS\EXAMPLE1.NE, while it
should be C:\4NEC2\MODELS\EXAMPLE1.NEC
I used Wine 1.1.3 and 4NEC2 5.7.3. Could you upgrade to Wine 1.1.3 or newer
and see if the problem persists?
Alexander N. Sørnes
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