We've never heard about anything like this before and so are a bit bamboozled. Can you provide us with code samples that show how you're pulling in the templates from the "file" folder? Just copy and paste some of the relevant lines here.
Also, can you provide us with the exact URL you're using in Chrome when you're trying to test the pages that are failing?
Disregard that. You're 100% correct. Our regular expression looking for (and ignoring) file:/// URLs is incorrect and is accidentally ignoring any url containing the word "file". Oops. Huge apologies from us, we are surprised this hasn't been seen before.
The good news is that it's a simple fix in the Chrome extension and we'll be pushing out a update to fix this issue very soon.
Thanks for the report!
thanks for the quick answer. So i know it was not my fault.
After finding this bug the solution with a symlink is easy to use, so it's not a critical bug anymore if you can use a workaround like this. But it took me some time to figure this out.
I'm glad to help you guys with this really awesome tool.
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FYI, we've pushed out an updated version of the Chrome extension. Once you have that you shouldn't have any more need for symlinks.