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Jerome

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I am using Virtual XP, and I have the Z drive mapped to the host's My Documents folder. If I try to create a template in this folder, Virtual XP disappears in a puff of virtual bytes.

What is odd is that if I use the same directory but use a UNC path (is that the name?), it is fine. I also load and save all my solution files using this Z drive with no issues at all.

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Having said that, I just noticed the templates are not appearing in the list. It seems only local storage for templates is possible. A bit of a pain, and reduces the ease of sharing thing.

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Actually I'd go as far to say that it practically makes the concept of a template useless if it stays that way.  I was planning on making templates so all my my developers have common objects to use in procedures, but if they can't be put in a common/shared location ....

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It may be a virtual XP thing.

I tried to save a new solution to a 'remote' location, and it did the same. Mostly it works fine, though, but the templates seem to stuff up every time now.


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This could be an issue with Virtual XP, I find. Saving from another program caused this too.

I think the large number of file operations with the Designer makes it more susceptible to the issue, is all.

Moving to non-fault.


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