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Old 21 March 2015, 17:48   #6
ptyerman
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The Libs drawer must be there or Workbench wouldn't boot without errors if it even booted at all. Look more carefully, the prefs, utils, tools drawers e.t.c have icons you can see when you open the System drawer, (sometimes this is named Workbench or even just DH0), the l, s, c, libs drawers don't normally have icons and you have to select "show all files" to see them. You would find things easier by using a directory program such as Directory Opus or Dirwork, these are essential really for any Workbench related tasks.
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