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On Wed, Sep 06, 2006 at 08:23:02AM +0100, Emmanuel Pietriga wrote:
> >I'm interested in double-clicking on resources that use fragment IDs in
> >their URIs in order to load the resource in my web browser and have the
> >browser window "jump" to the ID reference in the document. I tried
> >doing this with a URI like `file:///path/to/file.html#frag`, and IsaViz
> >launched Firefox and loaded `file:///path/to/file.html`, losing the
> >fragment reference somewhere along the way. Do you have any thoughts on
> >this? Is it a (known) bug?
> This seems to be a bug. I'll look into it.
At the time, I was doing some testing on Windows. After sending this
message, I then tested this behaviour on Linux, and I discovered that it
works correctly (i.e. as one would expect) under Linux. As a result,
I'm guessing the problem on Windows has something to do with line 30 of
WebBrowser.java and the `url.dll` call.