Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 480529
Drag n Drop produce bad urls
Last modified: 2018-04-11 03:25:50 EDT
firefox dragndrop produce bad urls. Try to drag site icon to gnome desktop, all parameters will be stripped.
Created attachment 329343 [details]
Desktop file generated by the described method
Cannot reproduce here -- when doing steps as decsribed in the bug description, I get perfect .desktop file as attached. Do you have some other ideas how to reproduce this issue on my computer, or otherwise I would have to close this bug as WORKSFORME.
ahh, my fault. firefox produce right desktop file. but when i open that .desktop file i got broken adress without ?suffix.
can you open it by double clicking?
hmmm, that is probably nautilus bug.
when i try to run desktop directly from command line:
firefox Bug\ 480529\ –\ Drag\ n\ Drop\ produce\ bad\ urls.desktop
i get correct address, but when i double click on it - it broken
Yeah, can confirm that correct .desktop file cannot be opened with firefox and in the GNome.
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