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Re: incoming dir

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Op donderdag 27 maart 2003 20:24, schreef Casper Gielen:
> Op donderdag 27 maart 2003 19:57, schreef Ralf Nolden:
> > On Thursday 27 March 2003 14:51, Casper Gielen wrote:
> > > Hello,
> > > does anyone now if the directory ~/incoming is treated special in any
> > > way? My problem is that I have trouble copying stuff there. If I
> > > drag&drop files to it, the "copy, move, link" menu does not appear. If
> > > I rightclick a file to use the "copy to" quick menu's, the "copy here"
> > > menu entry of the dir ~/incoming is greyed out. This only happens with
> > > ~/incoming. symlinks to this dir do not have the problem. Renaming the
> > > dir makes it work as well. CTRL+C & CTRL+V doesn't work either. If I go
> > > a directory up (to ~), and then drop files on ~/incoming, it works. If
> > > I edit my config files so the "last used locations" of "copy to"
> > > contains ~/incoming it also works. From the commandline there is no
> > > problem.
> > >
> > > Does anyone have any clue on what's happening?
> >
> > do you mean ~/public_html ?
> No, ~/incoming. And not just in my homedir, but also for other users.
> It is fixed now, by a reboot (*gasp*).

It's back. This time it's only my own user, and this time the "copy here" 
entry is not just greyed out, it doesn't even appear.

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