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Hi. We have some customers that use macros and other built-ins (scripts?) within programs like WinSCP. Since we upgraded to the latest version (we were using the old configs and now are using the versions that use XML), they are calling and saying that their programs can't find the directories they are trying to get into. After looking at their logs, I find that the programs are adding a leading dot (.) to the directory names. For example, if they are trying to "cd BLAH", it shows up as "cd .BLAH", and thus get a Directory Not Found type of error. This has happened with more than one customer, which tells me that our upgrade caused some part of this to happen. Is there any cause or solution to this?

asked Jul 13 '12 at 19:27

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