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    Creating Folders confusion

    We are running v8

    I went into a drive and attempted to create a sub-folder of the present folder that I was in. In the attached examples, I was in #G\test01. When I typed in the new folder name, I expected it to create a folder #G\test01\sub-folder01. Instead it created a folder called #G\test01sub-folder01. I repeated this and the same thing happened when I tried to create #G\test01\sub-folder02

    Is this the way that "create folder" is designed to work? If so, how might I create a folder beneath #G\test01?

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    Fixed in v8.0.0901.1830. To upgrade to v8.0901.1830 copy ~/myfiles/default.aspx from the main release
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