How to display file names (again)

André Wöbbeking Woebbeking at
Sun Jan 23 22:19:49 GMT 2005

On Thursday 20 January 2005 10:15, David Faure wrote:
> On Monday 27 December 2004 16:50, André Wöbbeking wrote:
> > I.e. if you copy a file "bla %2F foo" to a folder where it already
> > exists Konqueror ask you what to do. But the labels for source and
> > dest name display "bla %252F foo" and the edit for an alternative
> > name displays "bla / foo".
> Just fixed that in CVS, the labels now show the paths, i.e. bla %2F
> foo.


> > So we've three different representations for one thing :-(
> Yes: the url (with %252F), the path (with %2F), and the user-visible
> filename (with '/'). The change is simply that we don't show the URL
> anymore, for local files.

Just tested it with audiocd:/ with %2F inside the filename:
1) Konqui's list view and tooltip displays '/' (also for file:/)
2) the copy dialog displays %252F for source and destination (even for 

if I rip a file again

3) the "File Already Exists" dialog displays %2F and '/'

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