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[REBOL] Re: Request File

From: mattsmac:hotma:il at: 24-Nov-2003 16:59

It seems to be totally random as to when it decides to fill in the file name, but it doesn't fill it in more often than it does. REBOL Internet Protocols 14-Feb-2003/1:45:14 ODBC Access 24-Mar-2002/20:13:57 Dynamic Library Access 24-Mar-2002/20:13:53 Oracle Access 24-Mar-2002/20:13:57 MySQL Access 24-Mar-2002/20:13:57 Command Shell Access 11-Dec-2002/0:37:05 Graphics 23-Jul-2003/21:32:34 View and VID 23-Jul-2003/21:36:38 View Desktop 26-Jun-2003/6:00:34 Sound 24-Mar-2002/20:13:58 Encryption 24-Mar-2002/20:13:52 Big Numbers 24-Mar-2002/20:13:52 DH/DSA Encryption 24-Mar-2002/20:13:52 RSA Encryption 24-Mar-2002/20:13:58 FastCGI 24-Nov-2002/17:05:54 System Port 30-Nov-2002/17:24:03 Encryption Level 2 24-Jan-2002/19:54:44 Secure Socket Layer 24-Mar-2002/20:13:58 Matt -------------------------------------------------------------------- Well, I haven't got Command, but I have never seen request-file (that uses local-request-file) fill in the filename on rebol/view. What version of Command do you have, Matt? Did you notice a pattern in which filenames are filled in successfully and which aren't? Is it that a particular filename is always filled in ok? Or will a filename works sometimes and sometimes not? Anton.
>I think this went unanswered... > >any one know anything about this? > >-MAx > > > === Original Message > > > > Does anyone know why this statement only works some of the time? > > > filepath: request-file/save/only/file filename > > > filename is the name of the file I want to save. Sometimes the save > > dialog > will have the filename filled in, other times it won't. It >seems to be at > > > random times. I am using REBOL/COMMAND. It always launches the save > > dialog > and it always saves properly, it's just that sometimes it >doesn't fill the > > > name in. > > > Matt
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