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No. I have all my sites on a shared, network drive, allowing me to access
the same files from any computer on my LAN. It works well.
You might try MAPPING a drive on each computer to the top-level folder
(i.e., the folder that contains all the other site root folders) on the
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"mentlity" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> I've been meaning to ask this for a while, if I create a site on my
> internal hd
> I have no problem saving files to it. But my drive space is getting tight
> so I
> made a folder on my external USB drive, named it DW sites and I make root
> folders for sites I work on inside of that. Now I notice that in order to
> anything I have to manually select that root folder or select root folder
> the save box and I can only save to the root and not the actual site
> inside the
> root, follow?
mentlity posted in macromedia.dreamweaver:
> I've been meaning to ask this for a while, if I create a site on
> my internal hd I have no problem saving files to it. But my drive
> space is getting tight so I made a folder on my external USB
> drive, named it DW sites and I make root folders for sites I work
> on inside of that. Now I notice that in order to save anything I
> have to manually select that root folder or select root folder
> from the save box and I can only save to the root and not the
> actual site inside the root, follow?
I use an external FireWire drive for all my data files and I have never
experienced the above. DW on that computer (where the drives are
connected) and DW on a network computer both save files right where
they're supposed to on that drive. The drive is simply shared on the
network with no mapping involved.
All I can think of is to double check your site definitions.
Mark A. Boyd