D:\Settings\Application contains an incorrect path?


Dimitry Andric
May 31, 2008

Whenever I press the "Edit/Debug" toolbar button in TC10, I get the
error "D:\Settings\Application contains an incorrect path." I guess
this is due to having a path with spaces for TCStartPath, in my case
the entry is:

TCStartPath="D:\Home\Dim\Profile\Local Settings\Application Data\JPSoft"

It looks like the Edit/Debug command incorrectly tries to parse off the
spaces in this path?
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