[Mono-docs-list] Small monodoc-web bug

Todd Berman tberman@gentoo.org
Thu, 14 Aug 2003 09:44:09 -0400

I am assuming that IE itself puts the file:/// there because of the url
being N:, T:, etc.

I am not 100% sure though, and the raw html doesn't have them:

<tr valign="top"><td><a
href="N:GtkMozEmbed">GtkMozEmbed</a></td><td>Embed a Mozilla browser
window into your Gtk application.</td></tr>

I think its just yet another case of IE assuming it knows better than
the web app developer what the web app developer wants :).


(Sorry for the different double posts Miguel)

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> On IE under windows, the links get file:/// appended to the frontof
> them, so when you click on them, it wont work.
> I assume stripping on file:/// from the server side before processing
> the link is the best solution.
> Here is what a sample link looks like:
> if you remove the file:/// from it loads fine.

Well, the issue is that we never send thefile:/// back, so we need to
find out where is this being generated at.
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