[pmwiki-users] Re: pmwiki-users Digest, Vol 3, Issue 2

Rene Visco rvisco at csdr-cde.ca.gov
Thu Sep 1 17:03:01 CDT 2005


It worked GREAT on Windows!  I'm using IE 6.0.  Thank you very much!!!!!

On Mac's Safari, it doesn't work.  I tested Firefox (version 1.0) on 
Mac.  Didn't work.

I need to configure localmap file for Mac accessibility.

Before I get into Mac intermap links, most of the files are typed like 
this: "Test Wiki" or "High School Results".

How do I translate that in wikipage?

Instruction:High School Results.doc

It may not work.

Instruction:High20%School%20Results.doc  may work???

Onward to Mac issue, I need to find the exact file location so I can 
test using "afp://.....".  Will ask the IT staff to figure it out.

Rene V.

On Sep 1, 2005, at 2:43 PM, Patrick R. Michaud wrote:

> On Thu, Sep 01, 2005 at 02:37:49PM -0700, Rene Visco wrote:
>> I tried to focus on Windows clients for now.  I copied the full server
>> location such as
>> \\csdrsrv03\Distributions\Public\Instruction
>> Then I added it to localmap.txt and the problem is that pmwiki
>> considered it as a
>> (I put the plain txt file, testwiki.txt  in folder, "Instruction")
>> [file]:\\csdrsrv03\Distributions\Public\Instruction\testwiki.txt
> What browser(s) are you using?
> For Windows hosts, we'll want the InterMap link to read something
> like:
>     Instruction    file://csdrsrv03/Distributions/Public/Instruction/
> and then the markup would be
>     Instruction:testwiki.txt
> Yes, I know that Windows normally uses backslashes, but in the world
> of urls we can get away with forward slashes and the systems
> automatically convert as needed.  (Backslashes might work too,
> but initially forward slashes are probably better for testing.)
> Pm

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