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What gives? I have a Desktop tree in my local files list, when I view any of my sites...I basically don't want it there - is this just a setting somewhere? Thanks Nath....

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    Default MX is showing "Desktop" in my local files list?

    What gives?

    I have a Desktop tree in my local files list, when I view any of my
    sites...I basically don't want it there - is this just a setting somewhere?

    Thanks
    Nath.


    tradmusic Guest

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    Default Re: MX is showing "Desktop" in my local files list?

    It's supposed to be a feature.

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    Default Re: MX is showing "Desktop" in my local files list?

    yea, i complained about this until i realised, its really useful, you can
    drag n drop files into your site folder from anywhere!

    "tradmusic" <nathonjonesNOSPAMkirkmoor.com> wrote in message
    news:bg5jsc$nq7$1forums.macromedia.com...
    > What gives?
    >
    > I have a Desktop tree in my local files list, when I view any of my
    > sites...I basically don't want it there - is this just a setting
    somewhere?
    >
    > Thanks
    > Nath.
    >
    >

    Kevan Bulmer Guest

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