Elsewhere I'll write it as FILECSSx or fileCSSx just in case. Some of the stories specify that you have to type File, exactly like that, with an upper-case F and Although he was successful, the resulting attention from individuals in trench coats made him swear off working on the "wrong side" of the keyboard forever. You just don't get the data detection functionality they would have provided. What was intended as a safety check can now be abused for a denial-of-service that is annoying at best. Check This Out
In particular, I've done much more than merely to relax the assertion slightly to let close-to-correct strings like FileCSSx and fiLeCSSx through to the underling code in DDResultCopyExtractedURL. asmeurer commented Jun 8, 2015 The condarc lets you add channels (among other things). HackerNews user 0x0 explains: Looks like it triggers on anything starting with file:// (+/) case-insensitive, but then something later in the data extraction makes the incorrect assumption that the string should If you don't need any packages from dsdale24 you don't need to have that file. find this
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I haven't seen a program crash this abruptly in a while, I'm happy. cranklin 1355 days ago in other words, this would wreak a lot of havoc: window.location = "File:///" http://jsfiddle.net/EJzhH/3 h4rrison 1356 days ago It's definitely a spell check bug, I've got that feature turned off (always hated it) and none of this is doing anything for me. I don't want to crash your browser, reader or RSS software by mistake. What part of MacOS is paying such close attention to typed URLs? 0x0 1356 days ago From the openradar bug, it is obvious that the bug is inside the "Data
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Reply Paul Ducklin says: February 7, 2013 at 9:31 pm The irony here is that displaying the user-friendly version of the error involves reporting the offending user input, so the string Luckily, the problem is somewhat mitigated by the fact that most users are unlikely to use file URLs, and even those who do are much more likely to use the lowercase Starting with 10.7, they've begun to rush their software just because they have, say, 4 new "features". Sign up Prefer to get the news as it happens?
Since the text string fileCSSx denotes a local, file-based URL, it's just the kind of text you'd expect Apple's data detector code to locate and react to. It turned out that the Lion video drivers couldn't handle the retina display. Do you use an external USB disk or does it back up over the network? Specifically, Aaron Hillegass and Adam Preble introduce the two most commonly used Mac developer tools: Xcode and Instruments.
It only affects 10.8.x and you have to capitalize the "F". emehrkay 1355 days ago Seems to crash just about everything except Textmate 1&2 which is strange because they both Reply meski says: February 7, 2013 at 3:52 am Yes, we ended up re-writing assert so it displays something UI friendly for the user to send to support. I expect that will continue to be the case, despite blunders like this one. http://edvinfo.com/mac-error/mac-error-type-39.html I can't make this stick.
I only have myself to blame for not turning Time Machine back on, but it did come after many hours spent troubleshooting a variety of issues, including this one, only to I believe it backs up over the network though, because I haven't used a USB port for it. I was making list from casual testing and giggling. Nikker 1355 days ago You mean this isn't Slashdot? Gorbzel 1356 days ago Couldn't have said it better.People act completely
But that message popping up constantly is starting to irritate me. Cheewy Level 1 (5 points) Q: Error: URLs with the type "file" are not supported I get this error when in my office. Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by nantzin, nantzin Jul 30, 2011 6:45 PM in response to Cheewy Level 1 (0 points) Jul 30, 2011 6:45 PM in response It is odd as my time machine backup ran through a USB to my 1tb with no internet connection at all having ever been involved.
Reply With Quote 07-22-2011,11:57 AM #4 doorknob1946 View Profile View Forum Posts Member Since Jul 22, 2011 Posts 1 Error Message I keep getting the same error message as well. Even if you own the previous edition, I think you'll find the new and revised content well worth the price." --Bob McCune, bobmccune.com If you're developing applications for Mac OS X, And I can't seem to delete the message before the app crashes again.I'm so happy I have nice friends. mathrawka 1356 days ago Disable your spell checker and it will http://edvinfo.com/mac-error/mac-error-code-0-copying-file.html Share Events About Team Advertise Jobs Contact © 2006–2016 The Next Web B.V.
Image credit: Moriel Read next: The Redditlet bookmarklet brings the best of Reddit to the website you are current reading Share on Facebook (3878) Share on Twitter (1302) Emil Protalinski Happy Therefore, if you added them and then changed the image on the main screen, the other ones will still have the image you had before. If you look at the backtrace, it's dying on an assert, not some random memory dereference. im3w1l 1356 days ago Seems to work in email though: http://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=5154915 KMag 1355 This is a matter of saying FILE colon slash slash something to any of a raft of applications on OS X.
Luckily, it’s a relatively minor issue that occurs only rarely in real-life use, and can be easily addressed by a few mouse clicks in the right System Preferences pane. The Mail.app won't crash on the incoming email, but it won't open that message. 46Bit 1355 days ago Send yourself 80 messages and it'll open again, then delete the conversation More by Marco Tabini You Might Like recommended for you Mac 101: Diving into menus, part 1 Read more » Subscribe to the Best of Macworld Newsletter Comments Sign In Email Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by alan.a, alan.a Jul 26, 2011 3:03 AM in response to Cheewy Level 1 (0 points) Jul 26, 2011 3:03 AM in response
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Any ideas as to how to fix the issue so as to eliminate this annoying message? Does not happen with 24.0.1312.56 or 24.0.1312.57 0x0 1356 days ago Happens with 24.0.1312.57 on osx 10.8.2. niggler 1356 days ago Oh that may be a mountain lion issue. I also tried a few different languages and I can't get Terminal.app to crash. 0x0 1356 days ago Set keyboard to Norwegian. My first reaction came from my hacker's stomach: get rid of the assertion!
I pranked my friend with this, and now he's pissed. something along those lines... czhiddy 1356 days ago Highly unlikely.