In the options window (not using the customizer), I set the Process property of
my External Browser (Command Line) object to Netscape in its default location.
The process is "C:\Program Files\Netscape\Communicator\Program\netsecape.exe".
I think clicked on the '...' button to bring up the customizer and the Process
property shows "C:\Program" and the rest of the path to the executable is
displayed in the arguments list.
IMO this should be marked as invalid. This is designed behaviour of property
editor of NbProcessDescriptor class.
I think, that the behaviour should be improved. (see similar issue 12500)
Closing the issue.
I tried it on again (incl. Win98) and seems to be fine.
It was probably fixed some time ago.
Hmm, tried on Solaris in dev#20010914 and still see the bad behaviour.
As it was closed by Peter I am ccing him...
Reassigned to me.
Fixed in [main-trunk]. Next build available.
The inserted string with spaces is considered as path if it denotes
existing path otherwise text after first space are considered as
Resolved for 3.4.x or earlier, no new info since then -> verified.
Resolved for 3.4.x or earlier, no new info since then -> closing.