Bestandsnaam met spaties opent niet

Ik gebruik Thunderbird. Als ik een bijlage probeer te openen met spaties in de naam, wil LibreOffice het bestand niet openen. Ik krijg dan een opdrachtprompt met de onderstaande tekst. Ik weet niet waar ik dit anders kan instellen. Wie?

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Usage: soffice [argument…]
argument - switches, switch parameters and document URIs (filenames).

Using without special arguments:
Opens the start center, if it is used without any arguments.
{file} Tries to open the file (files) in the components
suitable for them.
{file} {macro:///Library.Module.MacroName}
Opens the file and runs specified macros from
the file.

Getting help and information:
–help | -h | -? Shows this help and quits.
–helpwriter Opens built-in or online Help on Writer.
–helpcalc Opens built-in or online Help on Calc.
–helpdraw Opens built-in or online Help on Draw.
–helpimpress Opens built-in or online Help on Impress.
–helpbase Opens built-in or online Help on Base.
–helpbasic Opens built-in or online Help on Basic scripting
–helpmath Opens built-in or online Help on Math.
–version Shows the version and quits.
(MacOS X sandbox only) Returns path of the temporary
directory for the current user and exits. Overrides
all other arguments.

General arguments:
–quickstart[=no] Activates[Deactivates] the Quickstarter service.
–nolockcheck Disables check for remote instances using one
–infilter={filter} Force an input filter type if possible. For example:
–infilter=“Calc Office Open XML”
–infilter=“Text (encoded):UTF8,LF,”
–pidfile={file} Store soffice.bin pid to {file}.
–display {display} Sets the DISPLAY environment variable on UNIX-like
platforms to the value {display} (only supported by a
start script).

User/programmatic interface control:
–nologo Disables the splash screen at program start.
–minimized Starts minimized. The splash screen is not displayed.
–nodefault Starts without displaying anything except the splash
screen (do not display initial window).
–invisible Starts in invisible mode. Neither the start-up logo nor
the initial program window will be visible. Application
can be controlled, and documents and dialogs can be
controlled and opened via the API. Using the parameter,
the process can only be ended using the taskmanager
(Windows) or the kill command (UNIX-like systems). It
cannot be used in conjunction with --quickstart.
–headless Starts in “headless mode” which allows using the
application without GUI. This special mode can be used
when the application is controlled by external clients
via the API.
–norestore Disables restart and file recovery after a system crash.
–safe-mode Starts in a safe mode, i.e. starts temporarily with a
fresh user profile and helps to restore a broken
–accept={connect-string} Specifies a UNO connect-string to create a UNO
acceptor through which other programs can connect to
access the API. Note that API access allows execution
of arbitrary commands.
The syntax of the {connect-string} is:
e.g. pipe,name={some name};urp
or socket,host=localhost,port=54321;urp
–unaccept={connect-string} Closes an acceptor that was created with
–accept. Use --unaccept=all to close all acceptors.
–language={lang} Uses specified language, if language is not selected
yet for UI. The lang is a tag of the language in IETF
language tag.

Developer arguments:
Exit after initialization complete (no documents loaded).
–eventtesting Exit after loading documents.

New document creation arguments:
The arguments create an empty document of specified kind. Only one of them may
be used in one command line. If filenames are specified after an argument,
then it tries to open those files in the specified component.
–writer Creates an empty Writer document.
–calc Creates an empty Calc document.
–draw Creates an empty Draw document.
–impress Creates an empty Impress document.
–base Creates a new database.
–global Creates an empty Writer master (global) document.
–math Creates an empty Math document (formula).
–web Creates an empty HTML document.

File open arguments:
The arguments define how following filenames are treated. New treatment begins
after the argument and ends at the next argument. The default treatment is to
open documents for editing, and create new documents from document templates.
-n Treats following files as templates for creation of new
-o Opens following files for editing, regardless whether
they are templates or not.
–pt {Printername} Prints following files to the printer {Printername},
after which those files are closed. The splash screen
does not appear. If used multiple times, only last
{Printername} is effective for all documents of all
–pt runs. Also, --printer-name argument of
–print-to-file switch interferes with {Printername}.
-p Prints following files to the default printer, after
which those files are closed. The splash screen does
not appear. If the file name contains spaces, then it
must be enclosed in quotation marks.
–view Opens following files in viewer mode (read-only).
–show Opens and starts the following presentation documents
of each immediately. Files are closed after the showing.
Files other than Impress documents are opened in
default mode , regardless of previous mode.
–convert-to OutputFileExtension[:OutputFilterName]
[–outdir output_dir] [–convert-images-to]
Batch convert files (implies --headless). If --outdir
isn’t specified, then current working directory is used
as output_dir. If --convert-images-to is given, its
parameter is taken as the target filter format for all
images written to the output format. If --convert-to is
used more than once, the last value of OutputFileExtension
[:OutputFilterName] is effective. If --outdir is used more
than once, only its last value is effective. For example:
–convert-to pdf *.odt
–convert-to epub *.doc
–convert-to pdf:writer_pdf_Export --outdir /home/user *.doc
–convert-to “html:XHTML Writer File:UTF8”
–convert-images-to “jpg” *.doc
–convert-to “txt:Text (encoded):UTF8” *.doc
–print-to-file [–printer-name printer_name] [–outdir output_dir]
Batch print files to file. If --outdir is not specified,
then current working directory is used as output_dir.
If --printer-name or --outdir used multiple times, only
last value of each is effective. Also, {Printername} of
–pt switch interferes with --printer-name.
–cat Dump text content of the following files to console
(implies --headless). Cannot be used with --convert-to.
–script-cat Dump text content of any scripts embedded in the files to console
(implies --headless). Cannot be used with --convert-to.
-env:[=] Set a bootstrap variable. For example: to set
a non-default user profile path:

Ignored switches:
-psn Ignored (MacOS X only).
-Embedding Ignored (COM+ related; Windows only).
–nofirststartwizard Does nothing, accepted only for backward compatibility.
–protector {arg1} {arg2}
Used only in unit tests and should have two arguments.

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Je kan natuurlijk het bestand in Thunderbird eerst opslaan op je computer en dat bestand vervolgens te openen. Er is blijkbaar ooit een bug in Thunderbird geslopen (16 jaren geleden) waarbij bestanden met een spatie in de naam niet correct werden geopend. Ik heb daarnet een tekstbestand met een spatie in de naam naar mezelf verstuurd en dat wordt netjes geopend.

Als je het bestand opslaat en vervolgens opent, wordt het dan netjes geopend? Kan je eventueel de naam van het bestand meedelen? Welk OS gebruik je (en versie?)

Dank voor je antwoord. Eerst opslaan en dan openen werkt. Alle bestanden met spaties geven probleem, ook PDF. Ik gebruik Windows 10 Home, versie 1909.


Ik zie geen melding in de bugdatabase. Zou ik wel verwachten. Misschien goed om alsnog te doen?