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by akes
2018-04-10T23:31:00-07:00
Forum: Users
Topic: IM can't handle %% in paths
Replies: 15
Views: 8067

Re: IM can't handle %% in paths

Sorry forgot replying earlier, have been away for a while. Setting full path and [0] in double quotes fails with with same error. This is the only combination so far than I get problems with during testing with e.g. ' " \  • The folders contains brand names and some of them are strange. I agree tha...
by akes
2018-03-22T06:29:02-07:00
Forum: Users
Topic: IM can't handle %% in paths
Replies: 15
Views: 8067

Re: IM can't handle %% in paths

So what you are saying is that you want Imagemagick to be rewritten just to help you? No, but I think it's a bug. Since I do not have the capabilities to check if it's so, I hope someone with the right knowledge will. And since some of the images are 300MB+ I do not want to copy them before running...
by akes
2018-03-22T01:30:41-07:00
Forum: Users
Topic: IM can't handle %% in paths
Replies: 15
Views: 8067

Re: IM can't handle %% in paths

To stop 100+ users from using unwanted characters in file and folder names is a Sisyphean task. I think its something internal in IM since it only happens when I have %% in the path and [0] specified. Changing path in command from %% to %%%% works, but would require a change in the code that generat...
by akes
2018-03-21T00:06:32-07:00
Forum: Users
Topic: IM can't handle %% in paths
Replies: 15
Views: 8067

IM can't handle %% in paths

I have a problem with folders that contains %% and that I use [0] in the conversion. I see in the path from the error message that one % is "lost". Can some help me please? ### Test with folder that ends with %% and using[0], fails. # convert ./karsten\ 93%%/Kalle.png[0] -profile /usr/local/axpa/web...