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Subject: Re: [BK] a Couple of Questions
Date: Sun, 25 Dec 2005 10:30:50 -0800
References: <01C60998.B72A00A0.barry@pycroft.co.nz> <001e01c6093b$27d55290$0301a8c0@home>


Hello Ditsie , I did not mention deleting any thing !!!!, I Want to NOW
have the file named pop as #1 to be a_bk , I want to know what will happen
to the internal file stucture of BK , See my rely to Barry , Phil
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ritsie" <>
To: <>
Sent: Sunday, December 25, 2005 2:08 AM
Subject: Re: [BK] a Couple of Questions


> If you have two folders and you are going to delete one
> be sure to backup them up first on to CD or disc, which should be done
> regularly in any case.
>
> Although my preference would be to Rename them both as say , Original File
> and Pop's File. What is your thought Barry?
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Barry PYCROFT" <>
> To: <>
> Sent: Sunday, December 25, 2005 6:18 PM
> Subject: RE: [BK] a Couple of Questions
>
>
> > Phil
> > You do need to be somewhat more specific about what you are telling us.
> >
> > (1).- What is the complete path of the file {really a folder} in which
> > the red handled saws
> > appear? They will have proper file names. What are their dates?
> > Saws usually depict a PC maintenance tool box or similar.
> > I cannot help with this ...
> >
> >
> > (2).- You already have two folders, ' a_bk ' and 'pop as #1'.
> > Decide which to keep, and which to ""throw away"' = delete.
> > You have to delete one or rename it yet again since you cannot have two
> > folders (or files) by the
> > same name.
> >
> > Obviously you will have to delete or rename ' a_bk ' number one so
you
> > can rename 'pop as #1'
> > as ' a_bk ' .
> >
> > Renaming folders is not a problem for BK5 or BK6. Its the collection of
> > files inside the folders
> > that BK needs to be correct. You will need to tell BK to use the newly
> > renamed folder.
> > = = = = =
> >
> >
> > OOps, Phil, I might have missed your point ......
> > If BK is currently using 'pop as #1'., all you have to do is tell BK to
> > use ' a_bk ' , just like
> > you did the first time you changed.
> > If you don't want 'pop as #1'., then delete it after you have changed
BK
> > to use your original '
> > a_bk ' database.
> >
> >
> > Does this help?
> > Barry P.
> > Christchurch
> > New Zealand.
> > +++
> > On Sunday, December 25, 2005 2:13 PM,
> > [SMTP:] wrote:
> >> Hello John an list , on my pc is the file bkbackup , in which are
many
> >> files with a icon of a red handled saw , did John make this part of
the
> >> system ?? or what ?
> >> second question , I have two bk folders that I believe are almost
the
> >> same , named
> >> ' a_bk ' and ' pop as #1' , I would like to change the pop as #1 to
> >> a_bk ,
> >> by simply renaming it , Will this work without messing up something in
> >> BK
> >> its self
> >> I few months ago I did a " split datebase " to make my father # 1
> >> rather
> >> than me
> >> I need to go back to having the database known as " a_bk " , got
help
> >> ? ,
> >> Phil
> >>
> >>
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