tshanno
This is interesting. Using Mac OSX 10.6 with java 1.6.0_17. The bug is, of course, not relevant to Linux and I don't know if it exists in the Windows version.

I'd like to separate this into two parts but I'm not sure part one is a bug.

Part 1 - Using Safari or Firefox:
1) Browse to any URL. For testing purpose I nearly always use "http://www.microsoft.com/en/us/default.aspx".
2) Click and drag the icon to the left of the address box on the address bar. Drop into plex below the current node. A new node is created with the current URL as an attachment (as it should).
3) Highlight the text of the URL in the address textbox. Drag the text to the plex below the current node. PersonalBrain does not allow the action and no node is created.

Part 2 - Using Google Chrome:
1) Browse to any URL. For testing purpose I nearly always use "http://www.microsoft.com/en/us/default.aspx".
2) Note that because there is no icon for the URL, step 2 above cannot be done. The "star" next to the address box is for quick bookmarking.
3) Highlight the text of the URL in the address textbox. Drag the text to the plex below the current node. PersonalBrain creates a new node with an attached URL. However, the URL contains the portion of the address following the first forward slash. In this case: "/en/us/default.aspx" without the preceding "http://www.microsoft.com". Clicking on the attachment does not open the URL and does not produce an error message.
OSX & J-1.6.0_17
KUbuntu 9.10
PB 5.5.2.2
KDE 4.3.2 & J-1.6.0_16
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NorthFarm

Must be different in Windows then. I can drag the star and create a link in the plex using Windows 7.

Regards Hans Henrik Nørregaard
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TB 11.0.95.0 (Pro Combo) Windows 10 Pro 64-bit Java 1.8.0_211
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Moe
tshanno, Thanks for posting.

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Posted By: tshanno
Highlight the text of the URL in the address textbox. Drag the text to the plex below the current node. PersonalBrain creates a new node with an attached URL. However, the URL contains the portion of the address following the first forward slash.


I did some testing and was able to confirm this happening. I will pass this over to our engineers to have them take a closer look.

Best regards,
Moe

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tshanno
NorthFarm:

The Mac version is still in beta so it might not have been implemented yet. FWIW, the Linux version allows you to drag the star, similar to your experience with the Windows version. But, of course, its not relevant here because there's no drag and drop in the Linux version of PersonalBrain.

Moe:

Thank you.

Tom S.
OSX & J-1.6.0_17
KUbuntu 9.10
PB 5.5.2.2
KDE 4.3.2 & J-1.6.0_16
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