Spaces are fine now, but were not in the past.
So if you have been using computers since the 90's and early 2000's, you remember not being able to use them, so you don't.
People born it the late 90's early 2000's never had that issue and find it weird.
Somebody I know expressed irritation today regarding those of us who tend not to use spaces in our filenames, e.g. NamingThingsLikeThis.txt -- despite most modern operating systems supporting spaces in filenames. Are there technical reasons that it's still common to see file names without (appropriate) spaces? If so, what are these technical reasons that spaces in filenames are avoided or discouraged, and in what circumstances are they relevant?
Thanks a lot!
The issue is solved with the SPAR firmware. Now the space bar is available also for the workflow scanning section.
If the current firmware begins with 072, upgrade to this one here and the option will be enabled for the space bar.
If the current software/Firmware begins with 071, I highly suggest a tech call be placed to have an Altboot no data backup no clone to those levels, the increment that changes from 071-072 is major, it is the change from Connectkey 1.0 to 1.5, and when done, due to extensive changes, does not at all play well with updates or clone files.
I configured two Xerox printers (WC 5875 and W 7835), with latest fimware installed, to scan on a windows shared folder using SMB protocol.
The scan is working normally. But users experience this "interface" issue: is not possible to use SPACE character on the file name. The space bar is disabled on the printer screen when users try to modify the standard file name.
Is it a software limitation? Is it related with SMB protocol? Is it possible to enable space in file name?
Thanks in advance for assistance.
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