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Postby Daves Spam » Sun, 27 Dec 2009 02:56:57 GMT

I have always put my pictures/videos in the same place since way back and 
now there is those same places but also Libraries.  So where do I store my 
pictures/music/videos and if still in the old place how do I make Libraries 
also see it without putting it in two places which I have now.  Now each 
time I open a folder I'm seeing the same dated picture folder twice.  I 
guess I have screwed up so what next? 

Re: Libraries?

Postby Bobby Johnson » Sun, 27 Dec 2009 03:19:29 GMT

The Libraries folders are only symbolic links set up by Win 7.  The best 
thing is to just forget about it an live with it.  My experience is that 
although you see the same objects in the folders directly under 
Libraries, I am not able to save directly to those, but have to go down 
one layer; ie, I can't save to Libraries\Document but must go to 
Libraries\Documents\My Documents

Re: Libraries?

Postby Daves Spam » Mon, 28 Dec 2009 01:39:28 GMT

I started all over and deleted everything out of my pictures/music/videos 
and then took and put them just in the folders under my name and after a 
while they appeared in the library folders too but this way they were really 
only in one place so all I had was say under john doe/pictures/ 2/27/07/ 
pic.jpg, pic2.jpg those 2 pictures only showed up once instead of it being 
pictures/ 2/27/07' pictures/ 2/27/07 twice for each file.  Thanks guys for 
putting me on the right track.

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