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URL-scheme in browser
I use the application MyLifeOrganized.

Links like
file:mlo://Y:\Documents\MyLifeOrganized\MyLife.ml?{A3B8AF50-19D4-41AC-B010-5192039EF908}
 in the application work correctly. I add a file: before the link to make it clickable

The same link in the terminal
ed$ wine winebrowser mlo://Y:\\Documents\\MyLifeOrganized\\MyLife.ml?{A3B8AF50-19D4-41AC-B010-5192039EF908}
gives an error:
File not found: Y:%5CDocuments%5CMyLifeOrganized%5CMyLife.ml

This is a new installation of CrossOver 19. In a previous installation, received through update of CrossOver 18, links in terminal worked good. And without extra slash.

My goal is to configure the link mlo:// for Safari. But I could not configure to work it even in the built-in wine browser :(

Update
Added drive M ~/Documents/MyLifeOrganized/ using Wine Configuration . Now the way to data file is M:\MyLife.ml. Command in terminal
ed$ wine winebrowser mlo://M:\MyLife.ml?{A3B8AF50-19D4-41AC-B010-5192039EF908}
works correctly. Without extra slash. Same as before.
During the installation of MyLifeOrganized, the new URLs "mlo" was created. With default application MyLifeOrganized.

Safari link
mlo://
opens MyLifeOrganized with new empty data file.

Safari link
mlo://M:\MyLife.ml?{A3B8AF50-19D4-41AC-B010-5192039EF908}
gives an error:
Safari can't open ... because macOS doesn't recognise internet addresses starting with "mlo:"

Safari link
mlo://view?M:\MyLife.ml
opens MyLifeOrganized with error:
Unknown command line parameter: "M:%5CMyLife.ml"

Any ideas?

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