Folder Display problem...

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Post 3+ Months Ago

Hy,

I dont know why...but one of my folders' view, wich is set to Thumbnail, does not display the name of the files or folders in it.
does anyone know how to fix this?

Tx again for the help
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where is this? On the desktop? And what version of windows?
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Its XP, and its on one normal folder that contains anything...
I ust cant see the filenames when i'm on Thumbnail view
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Hee hee. I had that happen to me once. Try holding down the SHIFT key while opening a folder with thumbnail view set or while setting thumbnail view. This toggles the filenames on and off.

Good Luck.
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Indeed heheheh...this is weird :D
thx for the help...good tiny things to make people go crazy :D
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:lol: I didn't know what in the world was going on with explorer. If there's a setting for that in windows, I haven't found it.
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I wonder if Powerdesk would fix that? Its what I use instead of normal explorer. Its pretty nice.
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JrzyCrim wrote:
:lol: I didn't know what in the world was going on with explorer. If there's a setting for that in windows, I haven't found it.


So true....same to me...and it was ALL in the shift hehehe...who on earth would have thought of it?

One more tips i found also by luck:
The task manager window can have its menu removed, just by double clicking on the form outside the listbox...it can be show again when you: double clcik again hehehe
(it aslo needed LUCK hehehe, i wonder if i should use windows with a "Trèfle à Quatre feuilles" :D

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