Wrong address for new document in Google Docs

Asked by Dan Woodson on 2012-11-13

The address saved by the web app for Google Docs is the one currently in the url bar when I selected to allow/install the web app the first time, including the random string of characters which make that document unique. This means that when the web app is launched later, I see a message that says the document cannot be found. I would expect to see a new document, opened for editing. This happened in Chrome in 12.04 when I installed the web apps preview, and just now in Firefox, since I've upgraded to 12.10. I'm using Gnome-Shell as a Desktop/Window manager.

How can I fix this?

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2012-11-13
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2012-11-13

Gnome shell is only a shell. It uses Mutter as the window manager and Gnome as the desktop :)

I suggest you report a bug

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