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Windows 7: All folders named X in Y path behave abnormally

10 Aug 2014   #1
ppgab

Windows 7 Ultimate x86 32
 
 
All folders named X in Y path behave abnormally

The issue i'm having is that every folder inside C:/Users/Me/Documents/Xenobot named "Scripts", doesn't allow me to create a new folder inside it, i managed to create one using C# but it's invisible, but the files inside the invisible folder are shown in "Scripts".

If I rename "Scripts" to something else it goes back to normal, and if I create a new folder called "Scripts" it behaves abnormally.

How can I not only solve it but trace what caused this?

edit: if i rename it to "scripts" it also occurs


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10 Aug 2014   #2
skyred5

Windows 10 Pro
 
 

Took me a LONG while to understand what you're posting. Still in a confused state.

In any case before I clarify my confusion, any error message appear when you "weren't allowed to create a new folder inside it"?
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11 Aug 2014   #3
soho1

Win 7 Pro 64-bit
 
 

Yeah, a little more clarity would help.

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11 Aug 2014   #4
ppgab

Windows 7 Ultimate x86 32
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by skyred5 View Post
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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by soho1 View Post
@soho1
sorry let me try again ^^ (how do i mention?)

This only happens to folders named "scripts" or "Scripts" inside Documents/Xenobot

Can't create :


If i create one by pasting it :


If I rename it:


To me it seems like a registry issue but I don't know how to solve it or track what caused it.
No malwares found whatsoever, the developer of Xenobot says it has nothing to do with the software
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12 Aug 2014   #5
ppgab

Windows 7 Ultimate x86 32
 
 

Solved.

The issue was that the option was set to Arrange by>Type instead of Arrange by>Folder.

I have no idea why this would be automatically applied to every folder named "s/Scripts"

If someone knows what could have caused this i'd love to know
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