I first noticed when i try to change a file attribute by right-click menu then select attribute. But it prompt error saying that the filename is illegal. I delete the filename word by word and tracked down it will happen as long as the filename has "打开", which means "open" in Chinese, regardless the file extension or content.
Then i test clean wincmd.ini TC7.5 TC8.5 and TC9.2, all can reproduce the case, I also tried English, "open" is ok, while "Open" will bring.the same error.
my machine is running tc9.5b3 and win10 64bit simplified chinese.
here is the screenshot of the error message, in Chinese
I didn't do that, tc did. the actual filename of the file in screenshot is AOpen.Dalai wrote: ↑2019-11-06, 17:14 UTCThe textfield in your screenshot MUST NOT contain a path! It's supposed to be a filename only. When trying to type characters forbidden in filenames, the system shows a balloon tip stating that fact. So the question is: How were you able to input a path into this text field? I'm pretty sure that the error message you see is related to this.
in explorer is fine.
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i can. it's a normal file with legal filename, everything is good except when i try to open the property dialog in tc.(alt+enter or right-click menu property will be the same)
oh, one more thing, tc7.5 and tc8.5 won't say it contain illegal chatacter, just nothing, the property dialog won't show at all
sorry, it is a false alarm. i hook the class #32770 dialog for standard save & open dialog in ahk when it switch from tc to #32770, openning property in tc fit the condition... please close this topic as an invalid report
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