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OSX 10.9 - VUE 3.2.2 Issue saving with Network Homes  XML
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Mark Tustin


Joined: 08/28/2012 12:53:59
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Hi there,

We currently use VUE in a lab environment on OS X, but have been experiencing issues when saving.

When a user is logged in as a Network Account, they cannot browse their Home Directory when saving a file. The Save As Dialog Box shows their home directory as empty.

The user can still save their work though when in this directory. It will be saved in the root of their home directory. If a user types a direct save location, say Desktop/test.vue it will save to their desktop.

Also opening files off network homes editting and saving works too. Just seems to be the save dialog box isn't showing their network homes. Other network shares if mounted are accessible and can be saved to with no issues.

Has anyone else experienced this problem?

Mark
Mike Korcynski

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You may want to check for bugs against your version of Java, we're just using Java's filedialog.

Mark Tustin


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Ah right on, I will review further.
Mike Korcynski

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What version of Java are you on? and what version of Windows?
Mark Tustin


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This is running on a OSX 10.9 workstations.

Java version according to java -version is:

java version "1.6.0_65"
Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.6.0_65-b14-462-11M4609)
Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM (build 20.65-b04-462, mixed mode)
Mike Korcynski

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Ah, when you said lab I automatically thought windows. even though i see it now in the subject, sorry.
Mark Tustin


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I am pretty green with Java/OS X apps. Is there a way to test running against different Java versions? Like pointing to the JRE?
Mike Korcynski

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We specify it running against 1.6 when we package the .app i'll have to take a look, I just went to 10.10 yesterday myself.
nones masa


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use linux my dear!

acompanhantes em sp
 
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