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OS 10.4 - finder path problem


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Hi,

I've got a path problem at work with one of the mac. I'm using file utils
to copy the path of a folder, I get for example on the network:

file://localhost/Volumes/Work/Stuff/

on the other mac I get

/Volumes/Work/Stuff/

The thing is, the first url is not working in the go menu of the finder, very annoying.

Can someone tell why I get that file://localhost/ before and how I can remove it?

Thanks

Romu
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There's this app "FilepathCM". It offers a lot of ways to copy your file path.

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