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  1. IGB
  2. IGBF-1510

Mac systems allowing selection of file other than 2bit and fasta while opening genome from file

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    • Type: Bug
    • Status: Closed (View Workflow)
    • Priority: Minor
    • Resolution: Done
    • Affects Version/s: None
    • Fix Version/s: None
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      Description

      File > Open Genome from file... > Choose Reference File.

      The allowed reference files extension are 2bit, bnib, fa, fas, fasta, fna, fsa, mpfa, fa.gz, fas.gz, fasta.gz, fna.gz, fsa.gz and mpfa.gz.

      For windows it is working as expected by not allowing selection of any file other than above mention extensions.

      But for MAC systems it is allowing selection file with any other extension as well which should not be allowed.
      For ex. you can select "*.bed.gz" genome reference file from MAC users which is incorrect as its extension is not FASTA or 2BIT.

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          aloraine Ann Loraine added a comment -

          This was reported in Jan 2019. Check to see if the same issue occurs with other file types. See if a user can File > Open a non-genomic data file, e.g., a Word document.

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          aloraine Ann Loraine added a comment - This was reported in Jan 2019. Check to see if the same issue occurs with other file types. See if a user can File > Open a non-genomic data file, e.g., a Word document.
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          aloraine Ann Loraine added a comment -

          No longer occurs. Closing the issue.

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          aloraine Ann Loraine added a comment - No longer occurs. Closing the issue.

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              Reporter:
              rpatil14 Riddhi Jagdish Patil
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