Spacenexus
I notice when dragging URLs from IE9, the whole address is not dragged in, just the top level. I realise that this has happened for a number of thoughts going back at least to April of this year.

Appears to be happening with news sites. Notice NYT and YahooNews suffering this when dragging into PB. Never seen this issue before.

Needs urgent attention!

thanks

Jim

PB 6070
Win7
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Java 32bit Version 8 Update 141

Testing 11.0.60.0

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mcaton
We're taking a look at this.  You are dragging the URL: http://news.yahoo.com/ - correct?

What address do you see?

Thanks,
Matt
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Moe
Jim, I just reproduced this issue and have notified our engineers to take a closer look. In the mean time, if possible, please use another web browser (eg FireFox or Chrome) where this issue does not occur.

Thanks,
Moe

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Spacenexus
Matt, thanks for looking into this. I see Moe has also repeated the issue. Basically long urls of corresponding news items just defaulting to the http://www.x.com address within PB. I haven't characterised the extent of the issue nor with other browsers, only that it's happened with these two news sites so far.

I'll continue with IE9 but will be double checking urls to ensure PB handles them correctly until the fix is released. 

Thanks

Jim 
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TB8022 32bit
Java 32bit Version 8 Update 141

Testing 11.0.60.0

Firefox, Office 2013 Pro Plus 32bit
64bit Win10Pro
64bit Primary Laptop, 8GB RAM, Intel Core i7
64bit Secondary Laptop, 64GB RAM, Intel Xeon E3
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Spacenexus
Another example. Try dragging this link into PB and see if the whole URL is saved beyond the hash:

http://foresight.org/reunion/speakers.html#MFrancis


@200229:
TB8022 32bit
Java 32bit Version 8 Update 141

Testing 11.0.60.0

Firefox, Office 2013 Pro Plus 32bit
64bit Win10Pro
64bit Primary Laptop, 8GB RAM, Intel Core i7
64bit Secondary Laptop, 64GB RAM, Intel Xeon E3
Brain user since 1997
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Moe
Jim, I have appended this info to the previous entry I have raised with our engineers regarding this issue.

Thanks,
Moe
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Spacenexus
Still occuring in 6074.

Jim


@200229:
TB8022 32bit
Java 32bit Version 8 Update 141

Testing 11.0.60.0

Firefox, Office 2013 Pro Plus 32bit
64bit Win10Pro
64bit Primary Laptop, 8GB RAM, Intel Core i7
64bit Secondary Laptop, 64GB RAM, Intel Xeon E3
Brain user since 1997
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PPL
For better solution, no need to wait for the next releases of versions. Just use Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome and the problem is solve.








John Galt

PPL, Sales Consultant

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


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Spacenexus

also just occured with B7012 on win7 64bit!

@200229:
TB8022 32bit
Java 32bit Version 8 Update 141

Testing 11.0.60.0

Firefox, Office 2013 Pro Plus 32bit
64bit Win10Pro
64bit Primary Laptop, 8GB RAM, Intel Core i7
64bit Secondary Laptop, 64GB RAM, Intel Xeon E3
Brain user since 1997
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mcaton
I just tested the link http://foresight.org/reunion/speakers.html#MFrancis in 7.0.1.3 on 32bit and it worked fine.  Moving on to 64bit for a test.

Thanks,
Matt
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pthompson

Jim,

 

I was able to confirm that this is an issue in Windows 7 (x64) using IE9. I have written this up as a bug and sent it over to our engineers for review.

 

It seems that it is working fine in Firefox and Chrome, in case these are an option for you in the meantime.

 

Regards,

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Spacenexus
Upon reinstalling TheBrain in a location other than C:\Program Files (x86) to avoid Administrator blocking issues i notice that news articles from NYT etc now drag in correctly.
@200229:
TB8022 32bit
Java 32bit Version 8 Update 141

Testing 11.0.60.0

Firefox, Office 2013 Pro Plus 32bit
64bit Win10Pro
64bit Primary Laptop, 8GB RAM, Intel Core i7
64bit Secondary Laptop, 64GB RAM, Intel Xeon E3
Brain user since 1997
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flexiverse
I'm having this problem  - can people who have workarounds give more info on their exact installation?



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