TMG-L Archives

Archiver > TMG > 2010-12 > 1291610821


From: kathryn <>
Subject: Re: [TMG] VGI log & Windows Explorer on Vista
Date: Sun, 05 Dec 2010 20:47:01 -0800
References: <000001cb94ec$b46ff560$1d4fe020$@com>
In-Reply-To: <000001cb94ec$b46ff560$1d4fe020$@com>


Did you run a search for the VFI log? Mine is in the project folder.

To display more properties for files, right click on the bar that says
Name, flie type, etc. You should get a drop down list that shows the
other available options.

Tom Momeyer wrote:
> Hi,
>
> VFI Log: Looked at someone else's TMG project and can't find their "Last
> VFI.log" file. We ran file maintenance, validate file integrity, and saw
> that there were missing external exhibits. Someone recently pointed out that
> the log file lists the missing exhibits, which is why I wanted to open the
> log file. We looked in their project folder where their underscore.pjc file
> was located and there was no "Last VFI.log" file. The OS is Vista and we
> checked folder view options to verify that all files can be viewed and none
> are hidden. Any ideas?
>
> Windows Explorer on Vista: At a user group meeting, each person copied
> filter files from the sample project to another project. On one persons
> computer, running Vista, their Windows Explorer using Details, only showed
> the file name and no additional fields for file size, file type, etc. We
> were sorting the folder clicking on File Type, so that person could not
> follow along - however, we found the one filter that we were demonstrating
> and thus worked around the issue. Does anyone know what that person could
> have done / can do now to show all fields in Windows Explorer on Vista?
>
> Thanks, Tom
>


This thread: