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  12 December 2006
Hi,

Sorry about that.

I forgot to replace the deepCopy fn (that comes with max 9) with I have been using before. Should work now as expected.




Light
 
  12 December 2006
Know works really smooth thanks for the time to fix little bugs on a free version.

is saving me alot of time of travelling true the network to see scripts.


last question know have two new folder .
One for my script in the network and the one for the macro folder.

but both called new folder (1) and newfolder(2)
is any way of remaning them, so it have the name i want on to it.

last question:

how do I get read of new folder . i worried if a delete the new folder with the control will get rig of my folder with script inside.


thanks for the good work .
 
  12 December 2006
I think it doesn't have renaming function for now, but it lets you to type a new name as soon as a new folder is added.

To delete a folder, hold down ctrl and click on a folder name in the directory view.

Do you wonder if deleting a folder in directory view, would cause your scripts to be deleted? If so, then no. It simply removes the bookmark.




Thanks,
Light
 
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