1. I create encrypted node on one side of map center
2. I move encrypted node ("lock" open) by draggging it to the other side of map center ("lock" closes)
Password is no longer correct - unable to decrypt node
Logged In: YES
is the encrypted node you're moving around empty? With or without children?
Which version of FreeMind? Which OS? Which version of Java?
Logged In: YES
Freemind 0.9.0 Beta 15
Windows XP 2.03 Service Pack 2
Java Stadard Ed. 6, V. 1.6.0 (build 1.6.0_03-b05)
I just repeated the "experiment": It seems that the password gets incorrect only when the encrypted node is empty (no children).
mmh, the issue with encryption of empty nodes is known, but I thought it was already solved...
Chris, can you please look into it?
I reduce though the priority because nothing is lost (an empty encrypted node doesn't make much sense).
Bug reproduced in FreeMind 0.8.1, 0.9.0 beta 15 and in 0.9.0 RC7.
Summary: Decryption of childless nodes that were encrypted by dragging and dropping fails.
Priority: Low. This is a minor annoyance. There is no threat of data loss, as the text of the encrypted node can still be copied and pasted. The only data that could thus be lost would be in the children of the node, but the node has no children.
Regression bug: no.
Steps to reproduce:
1. Create an encrypted node by using Tools > Insert Encrypted Node...
2. Enter password.
3. Observation: A node is created with an opened padlock, with no text.
4. Enter text "node" into that node.
5. Avoid adding any children to that node.
6. Create another node, say with the text "node 2".
7. Drag and drop the node with a padlock to that another node.
8. Observation: The padlock node is dropped, and the padlock is closed.
9. Choose Toogle Crypted/Encrypted on the padlock node.
10. Enter the password.
11. Observation: A window pops up that says "The password is incorrect", which should not happen.