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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0015097||Scribus||Integration||public||2018-01-08 20:17||2018-01-15 19:18|
|Summary||0015097: can't open .sla files from a google drive mounted folder|
|Description||Trying to open .sla files from google drive directly doesn't work.|
Give fatal error: see screenshot for more details
|Steps To Reproduce||add google account in fedora config panel|
mount drive in nautilus file browser
copy a working .sla file in this google drive
Trying to open it fail
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you seem to have some unusual characters in your path... that might be the reason for the fail...
generally speaking, it's not a good idea to put a .sla file in a place with a vrariable path...
you should work on your hard disk and, when you're finished (with your daily work / the work session) backup / share it with file > collect for output
Hi and thx for your answer.
the path isn't variable, but it's always like: /run/user/1000/gvfs/google-drive:host=gmail.com,user=login/123456789123456789FileUniqueID
Maybe something in that path make scribus crash (: or , or =)
it would be cool if scribus could support this kind of path but if it's not possible, it's ok, i'll copy paste all the time... but I really think that files in cloud will be a "must have" feature in the future and that kind of problem may append with over cloud services.