I use file:// to point to local file.
Can't I use file:// to point to the local file relative to current directory? I mean the current directory by where the file containing the file:// is located.
I need file:// to link a file in Leo. With Leo, I use file:// to link to a local file, and I want to point to files that are located in relative directory to current directory. I asked similar question in Google forum.