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Enter http://Help.OpenERP.Com and it's auto-magically converted to a link with the URL Help.OpenERP.Co (notice the missing "m".)
Even with the following format it fails
Ok, there is surely a bug here, but why do you put caps letters in your url?
Hi @Guewen; My therapist partner says "Never ask 'why' questions... it's always just an invitation to argue." I'm not sure that I agree with her. I capitalize URLs like http://MooreWorks.Net for clarity. I suppose you could ask "Why do programmers put that underline in their field names?" or "Why do
you include punctuation?" I do it to make it easier for the reader to understand and remember what I'm trying to tell them. Hmmmmm... hTTP://mOOREwORKS.nET doesn't work as well; what do you think?
Hello Dale, which browser did you have the bug with? (and OS + machine). Can you still reproduce it?
Note: you have to use the same case to have the issue, if you write the url with small letters, you'll be fine.
hTTP://mOOREwORKS.nET <-- IMO, that's not a bad thing that it doesn't work in that case, this one is quite strange. :)
Discussion about the case-sensitiveness of urls in stack overflow.
Anyway, you should avoid uppercases in urls.
Testing http://Help.OpenERP.Com hTTP://mOOREwORKS.nET
Still broken Mon 18 Feb 2013 7:38 AM CST
Sure there are specifications from formal authorities, but; I can think of no single instance that I've encountered a problem with mixed case URLs and eMail addresses. DaleEMoore@gMail.Com works just as well as dALEemOORE@GmAIL.cOM everywhere. Also http://MooreWorks.Net and http://mOOREwORKS.nET.
Wouldn't it be lovely this http://Help.OpenERP.Com "add comment" displayed the name of the previous commenters? Then I wouldn't have to go back and look up the name.
@"Gilles Major" I (pretty much always) use google chrome.
Only use lower case in your Top Level Domain (com!)
Place no upper case characters in the URI Scheme (http!)
Only use lower case in your Top Level Domain!
Ouch @Guewen Baconnier. Why the -10 points for describing how http:Help.OpenERP.com works?
What you can do is use captials in description and small letters in the link
In such case you can still use the following format
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