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#1174 "Open as read-only" check-box does not always have the correct state

v1.0_(example)
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nobody
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2014-07-15
2014-04-12
Mitch Ames
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Using Password Save v3.33 on Windows 7...
I have two database files in my directory, one with the DOS/Windows read-only flag set, the other writeable. Double-click the read-only file in Explorer to launch Password Safe to open that file, and the "Open as read-only" check box is ticked and disabled - as I expect. However if I then select the other (not read-only) file from pwsafe by selecting it from the dropdown list of previous files, the "read-only" box remains disabled and ticked, even though the files is not read-only.
If I use the "..." button to select the writable file instead of the dropdown list, the "read-only" checkbox is cleared but stays disabled.

Discussion

  • JP Vossen
    JP Vossen
    2014-04-19

    I'm seeing this using passwordsafe-ubuntu-12.04-LTS-0.92BETA.amd64.deb on various machines too. I'll set the option in "Manage > Options > System > Open DBs read-only" but the unlock dialog does not reflect this. I have not tested the actual read-only-ness of the DBs.

     
    • Saurav Ghosh
      Saurav Ghosh
      2014-04-19

      Fixed for Linux/OS X (i.e. wxWidgets) on master with 0dceff2

       
  • Rony Shapiro
    Rony Shapiro
    2014-04-19

    Fixed in Windows master/0a91ded

     
  • Rony Shapiro
    Rony Shapiro
    2014-04-19

    • status: open --> pending
     
  • Rony Shapiro
    Rony Shapiro
    2014-07-15

    • status: pending --> closed