In the Folders panel on the left, right-click the "raw" folder and select Show Parent Folder.
thanks for the fast reply!
When I click Show Parent Folder on "raw", I get /holiday_italy/raw shown in root. Then do it again on "holiday_italy", I get /06/holiday_italy/raw. Again and again: /2010s/2015/06/holiday_italy/raw is shown.
Seems this is like just duplicating the original branch. When I look into the folders, those photos which show up in the "original" branch are missing in the "new" an vice versa.
When I right-click "2010s" and select Show Parent Folder I do not get /media/2010s/2015/06/holiday_italy/raw as expected, instead an "Internal Error":
Database "/Users/name/DATA/priv/Lightroom_Catalog/lr_catalog/lr_catalog-2.lrcat": columns rootFolder, pathFromRoot are not unique
Statement: UPDATE AgLibraryFolder SET rootFolder = ?,pathFromRoot = ? WHERE id_local = ?;
THANKS!!! That did it!
You saved my day!
Pasting the solution:
1. Backup your catalog, just in case something wrong.
2. Create a dummy (i.e. new but empty) folder at the root of your MacintoshHD drive, call it something like "Dummy Images".
3. In the Lightroom Folders Panel right/ctrl-click on "My Lightroom Images" and in the resulting context menu select "Update Folder Location". A file browser window will open, use this to navigate to and select the "Dummy Images" folder. Don't be alarmed when "My Lightroom Images" disappears from the panel to be replaced by "Dummy Images", and all the sub-folders will have the "?" mark to indicate they're missing.
4. Next, right/ctrl-click on "Dummy Images" and again select "Update Folder Location".This time browse to and select the "MY LIGHTROOM IMAGES" folder, and if all goes to plan you should now see everything back as it should be, with "2014 Photographs" showing with the other year sub-folders. One thing to note, there MAY be a "Merge" warning message, i.e. along the lines of "This folder already exists in the catalog, do you want to merge", if so choose "Merge".