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Old 01-09-2004, 04:28 PM   #1
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How to use Download Manager to find file

I downloaded an .AVI file. I then highlighted it in the download manager and clicked the 'show in browser' button. I got a list of files and directories. I don't see the file I downloaded though. The directory that appeared in myy browser is file:///temp. I used 'locate' and 'where is' but got no solution.

Question 1. How do I find the file?
Question 2. Why is the directory listed as ///temp instead of /temp?
Question 3. Why can't I go to a higher level of directory to see where I am in the tree? Clicking the 'higher level' button only takes me to file:/// whatever THAT is.
Old 01-09-2004, 04:32 PM   #2
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Oh, I see that clicking the 'higher level' button takes me to my regular user directory but I am not able to go higher. Well, that question is pretty much solved but the other ones still are unanswered.


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