Re: Renaming the JPG I'm viewing kills IE6.
Jim Luedke schreef:
> Luuk, PA Bear, Tom:
> Thanks much all, for replies.
> 1. I believe I misspoke when I said Firefox locks a JPEG you're
> viewing. What it does do is lock the folder it's in. Whether that is
> kosher or not, what happens is that *after* you exit the file, if FF
> remains in memory with a blank screen, the stupid thing still holds a
> lock on that folder (so you can't, say, rename the folder). I hope
> newer versions have fixed that, but I fear for the truth there.
I think, if this is true, than you should file a bugreport wth FireFox,
and please state the version number you're using....
> I should also have said: If an app opens a file for read-write (like a
> word processor), then it's within its rights to lock a file. But I do
> agree whole-heartedly with Luuk that if an app locks you out (as FF
> does) merely when viewing a file (which furthermore it's incapable of
> changing), then it was designed by Cretins.
Sorry, it might be dus to my English, but who/what is Cretins?
> The proper behavior for IE is: leave whatever it's viewing in memory,
> If the image is gone when the user tries to do something with it--
> refresh or whatever--*then* tell him it can no longer be found.
> Instead we get: Poof. IE go bye-bye. What a joke.
File a bugreport and please state the version (IE6)
> Does anyone know: has this behavior been fixed in IE7 or IE8?
As IE6 is very old, and probably the version of FireFox you are using
too, i suggest you do some updates.....
I tested with IE8/ Firefox3.5.1 / Opera9.64 / Chrome188.8.131.52
and i was not able to reproduce this in any of these browsers...