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mangled relative href links 
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It looks like there's a problem when rendering hyperlinks to html: if the links are specified as an absolute URL, there won't be any problem; but if they're relative to a local subfolder, they will be rendered with a "http://" prefix anyhow, and they won't work.

I mean, instead of: href="subfolder/somefile"
this is what I'll get: href="http://subfolder/somefile"

What am I doing wrong?

This doesn't happen with image src links, which properly refer to the local image folder.


2007-10-12 20:13:27
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This is indeed a bug. When you enter a hyperlink in NWP it will automatically prefix "http://" if no protocol is specified. This unfortunately prevents the use of relative URLs for hyperlinks. We'll file a bug, thanks.


2007-10-15 14:45:38
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The 1.0.2 release doesn't fix this issue, even though it says it does on the leopard-notes page — 10th line...


2007-10-27 03:10:16
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I think that 1.0.2 is still beta. Martin mentioned something about Nisus continuing to check it out once Leopard was publicly released, and then releasing 1.0.2.


2007-10-27 05:48:21
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The 1.0.2 release should fix this bug. I'll take a look and make sure it does.

Also, the best way to contact us about bugs in our software (especially beta software) is using the menu Help > Send Feedback.


2007-10-29 15:33:33
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