I have to say, thank you for the work you continue to do on pgAdmin3. It's 'da bomb' for postgresql.
I have recently switched to using 1.12.2, and found that when trying to backup a db that is remote to pgAdmin3 (running on Windows) using default options, that I see pg_dump complaining that the server is saying there is no such database.
I reverted back to 1.12.1, and now I am able to backup the database successfully.
The remote pgsql instance is running 8.3.3, for what it's worth, running on solaris/sparc.
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