I am using Atlassian Confluence as an intranet knowledge base, usink Firefox as the browser but links to files local to my network but outside of Confluence do not link in Firefox but work ok if I use Explorer. Clue the file name on the status bar shows f
I am using Atlassian Confluence as an intranet Knowledge base with Firefox as the browser. but if I put a hyperlink to a local file Firefox will not open it (I have tried the - http://support.mozilla.com/en-US/kb/Error+opening+Internet+shortcut+or+local+HTML+file. -link) but all my entries are as per the recommendation. What I notice is that the hyperlink starts File:\\library\databases\paint.mdb but on the status bar in Firefox I see File:\\\library\databases\paint.mdb (ie three slashes). It all works fine when I open the knowledge base with Explorer.
Every time Firefox opened
This did not solve my problem
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Three lines are given – Do I need all three or just one?
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