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Old 09-10-2006, 11:46 PM   #1
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Thumbs down Nuatilus wont give my files back

I am using nautilus on f5c with a mounted network share to an ads server. When i first mounted the share I could see all the files and folders. I clicked on the folders listed under 'A'for apples ( for example) and then pressed the 'H' button(as a short cut) to take me to the folders listed under 'H'. Instead of taking me to the 'H' folders, nautilus stops displaying everything in the folder after 'H' (doesnt that suck !). I dont know how to make it re-display all the files and folders. They are not deleted of the network share, I simply cant see them. Even if I unmount the share and remount, nautilus still remembers my preference.


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