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Old 01 July 2016, 23:58   #1
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Help with "directory" virtual hard drives in WinUAE

When I try to create a "directory" virtual hard drive in WinUAE (I set volume name to "Programs" and device name to "DH1" and point to a particular folder on my host computer) and run WinUAE with Workbench 3.1, I am able to access the contents of the folder in the Workbench command line (shell) but NOT with the graphical user interface. Specifically, when I run the shell and type "programs:" and "dir", the contents of the folder in my host hard drive that the virtual drive points to are listed. However, when I double click the "Programs" icon in Workbench, an empty window pops up (i.e., showing no contents).

Any help would be appreciated.

Thank you.
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Old 02 July 2016, 00:05   #2
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Have you got show all files selected from the menu? if not all those files must have icons or they will not be visible on the workbench screen.
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Bingo! Thank you -Acid-!
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