I've tested this with other editing tools (Notepad, Dreamweaver) and they can handle editing on our network drives with no problem.
I'm running Windows 7 and connecting to a Mac Server on a mapped drive letter. When I try to open a HTML file in TopStyle I receive this error:
Cannot open file XXX. The process cannot access the file because it is being used by another process.
I've tried it both using a mapped drive letter and a full UNC path, no difference.
In addition, TopStyle often reports the same error on files on my local drives, which seems to be connected to Windows Explorer Preview Pane. If the Preview is showing the HTML file, TopStyle *sometimes* refuses to open that file, with the same error as above. There also seems to be some connection with another bug I reported, that TopStyle reports files were edited outside TopStyle even though they weren't.
I think there maybe a core problem between TopStyle and Windows File Permissions handling. Is this something that can be looked into please? These 3 issues are driving me nuts, and I don't really want to switch to Dreamweaver or another tool.