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For example, I changed "Topics" to "Topics in %BASEWEB%" in my left bar in a topic that is included from a web named Lib. Instead of, for example, Topics in FooBar, the left bar shows Topics in Lib.FooBar.

Sorry, I don't understand this report. Are you missing a " in the above report? What is LIb? Another web? Is FooBar a web, or a topic?


No, I was missing a nop. Yes, Lib is a web, as is FooBar. And therein lies the problem. FooBar is treated as a topic name when I use %BASEWEB% in the above example.


I still don't understand. You are saying that if a topic contains %BASEWEB% and it is included in a topic in another web, then %BASEWEB% will be expanded incorrectly? Can you please build a testcase in the LitterTray web that illustrates this? (it defeated me)


Fortunately, LitterTray is perfectly named for this.


AFAICT the behaviour is exactly as I would have expected. Discarding.


Summary Web names that could be wikiwords are treated as topic names
ReportedBy TWiki:Main.MeredithLesly
Codebase ~twiki4
SVN Range Thu, 29 Jun 2006 build 10750
AppliesTo Engine

Priority Normal
CurrentState No Action Required


TargetRelease n/a
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