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Windows 7: Hide Folder Names in Libraries


03 Sep 2009   #1

Windows 7 and Arch Linux
 
 
Hide Folder Names in Libraries

Sorry if this post is in the wrong section and sorry if the answer to my question is already available on the forums. I did try to search but I don't really know what to search under.

I should first say that I am new to Windows 7 today and have come from Windows XP.

I have moved the location of My Pictures folder to another partition on my system. For some reason the location change has not updated in the Pictures Library. I have manually added the location of the folder but it now shows that folder as a group within the folder.

I have uploaded a screenshot of what I mean,
http://img249.imageshack.us/img249/8179/picturesw.jpg

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03 Sep 2009   #2

Windows 7 and Arch Linux
 
 

Sorry. Fixed.

Right click -> Group By -> None
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