On Thu, 2006-03-02 at 13:42 +0100, Dag Wieers wrote:
> On Fri, 27 Jan 2006, Erik Grinaker wrote:
> > Dag Wieers wrote:
> > > One solution would be to allow for webdav access from within revelation,
> > > so
> > > I Can share my passwords wherever I have web-access. (But I still would
> > > have
> > > a problem when I don´t have web-access)
> > Revelation already supports webdav, as well as ftp, http, ssh, etc through
> > gnome-vfs. Either try passing an url on the command-line, set up a server
> > connection in nautilus and open it there, or do it via the file chooser
> > (with
> > Control-L).
> It works with the following syntax for the URI:
> dav://[EMAIL PROTECTED]/Path/file.rvl
> If I browse for the file in the open dialog, it failes to open the webdav
> location (which is listed in the favorite places sidebar in the open
> dialog). I get this error:
> Could not change the current folder to dav://[EMAIL PROTECTED]:80/Path:
> dav://[EMAIL PROTECTED]:80 is not a folder
> But as I said, I can open the webdav location in Nautilus fine. SO one has
> to actually make up the correct webdav URI to make it work.
> Revelation probably could be improved with a "Use the current file"
> button, so people can open the file from within nautilus, using revelation
> and then say "Use this file as default" in the preferences.
Ok, I'll have a closer look at this - a "use current file" button would
probably be useful. Thanks.
Erik Grinaker <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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