|29 Jan 2011||#1|
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Always hide sub locations in library?
in windows 7 library, once you go inside one of the libraries you get all the different location you put in, and all the sub folders under it, is there away to always hide the sub folders when i open them? because it is a pain to scroll through all the files i didnt need at the time just to find something at the bottom.
also, how can you make your library like the default one, that has no separater (by separater, i mean like the different location, you get a main header thing that looks like this:
downloaded file 1
downloaded file 2
downloaded file 3
the downloads (3)----------- part is the thing i want to get rid of, just like how it is in the default libraries.
if anything above sounds confusing, please tell me, and i will try reword them better, sorry for my bad english
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|29 Jan 2011||#4|
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sorry guys. so heres what i mean after playing around with the libraries and getting to know the actually term
so, when you open a library, you right click on a "group" which is the download (3)------ thing
you get a option of collapse all, how do i set it to always collapse? unless i expand them manually?
also logicearth, thx. but now how should i group them back by there file location? i tried more, but theres tooooo many for me to find in there,
i also notice that whatever setting i change for sort by, the system automatically use that setting for group by as well, how should i make it not do that?
and the same goes to the other libraries.
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