I have uninstalled old installation of Prism and tried 0.9.9 RC (standalone version). I have created new shorcut to Google Calendar on my desktop. After start I only see empty window. Prism menu doesn't work and page is empty. After creation of shortcut I get error message "Couldn't read override.ini". Hope this help you a bit. If you want more info, just say what you want. Problem is on Windows Vista SP1.
Shortcut link: "C:\Programy\Prism\prism.exe -override "C:\Users\Pavel Cvrček\AppData\Roaming\WebApps\email@example.com\override.ini" -webapp firstname.lastname@example.org" Maybe some problem with non-ascii chars?
Maybe I see it. If I use "Google Calendar" like web application name, shortcut doesn't work. If I just use "calendar" like web application name, all works fine.
Sounds like a "space in filename" problem. We are probably not wrapping the filename in quotes when launching.
Pavel, can you try some other name with spaces in it? I think the problem might be that you have some files on your machine from the old shortcut that are messing things up.
The only space-in-name related problem I can see is on OS X. I've filed a new bug for it: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=491292
(In reply to comment #5) > Pavel, can you try some other name with spaces in it? I think the problem might > be that you have some files on your machine from the old shortcut that are > messing things up. If I use name like "Google Mail", "Google XYZ" than all works fine.
Sounds to me like a problem with some files lingering on the disk from the old version. Do you still have the problem with the app named "Google Calendar"? If so I'd like to drill down and figure out what is going on (should be fairly easy if I get you a debug build).
I have deleted all files which was created previous version of Prism. Now all works fine. Maybe you are right and problem was caused by old version of Prism.