As soon as I activate preferences>general>appearance>‘show filename extensions’ I get filenames with .rtf.rtfd when adding attachments. When I deactivate this setting the filename just changes from .rtf to .rtfd, which is the right behaviour if you ask me.
Is this something that can be corrected with a new update?
What is the file name in Finder?
The same as in DT: name.rtf.rtfd
So the file is ill-named. Maybe fix the file?
But maybe even better is fixing the ill-naming by DT.
The file is made in DT not dragged or imported.
So far I couldn’t reproduce this. When exactly does this happen? E.g. after synchronizing? Are the files indexed or imported?
No importing or indexing. I describe my steps:
- New .rtf file with data>new>rich text
- Drag attachment f.i. .PNG in this note
- DT changes filename to name.rtf.rtfd instead of name.rtfd
When I disable preferences>general>appearance>show filename extensions and repeat the same steps DT changes the filename from name.rtf to name.rtfd
I was able to reproduce this after enabling this option and entering a name for the created file immediately (!) after step 1. Thank you!
The next release will fix this.
Tx. I look forward. Hope I succeed in also make my search issue reproducible before next release.