In this update, we fixed a possible crash when a slash is found within the filename.

The Mac prior to OS X uses the traditional notation of “:” to separate between folders and sub-folder paths and filenames while OS X and later adopted the Unix style of path separator which is the “/”.

So typically in Unix, the “/” cannot be used in a filename and the “:” cannot be used in the old style Mac paths but the Mac managed to accommodate the two styles. However in our programming, we adopt the newer Unix style and thus when the “/” is found in the filename, it assumed that it is the folder and filename which causes a crash.

In this update, we checked to see if there is a slash / in the filename and uses the old Mac Style notations and if there isn’t, it will use the newer Unix style paths.