richmoore44 at gmail.com
Sat Mar 22 20:04:35 GMT 2008
On 3/22/08, Anders Lund <anders at alweb.dk> wrote:
> Have you considerred URL encoding them? for example the '%' symbol in
> that url may be confusing things as it is followed by ']' rather than
> being a valid URL encoded character.
> I just pasted them into the bookmark editor (long time ago, in kde 3). I
> believe that or the bookmark loader should do whatever is required with the
> text. (and if worked of course for years in kde 3, which is why i suspect
> that it has to do with KURL now inheriting QUrl)
It seems likely that the KURL change is what's broken it yeah, but the
URL is not valid. As I said, I'd suggest trying to url encode it and
see if it then works. If so then the bug is in the tool that created
the URL in the first place.
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