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New Mac bug for me
#11
I was thinking on the Mac if you list them by Kind then shift click the first and last of the visible ones and drag them to a new folder, you might only have the visible ones (the invisible ones will be listing in kind below or above.)
I wonder if you need to completely trash MS so it does not remember anything, there might be a cache somewhere that is thinking the invisibles are still somewhere.
Or you could try just transferring 100 of them (using Mac) into a folder and try that first.
I hope you get it worked out.
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#12
No, there's something else going on here. I grabbed a copy of this app:
http://sw.ixoft.com/folderwasher/

It deleted the DS Store files that come from mac files. I used "find any file" app to find all invisible files in that folder, and there's nothing there!

I'm going to post a video.

Here it is:
http://youtu.be/_5K5kE8gPZE

FIXED!!!

I used this:
http://www.zeroonetwenty.com/blueharvest/
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#13
This is for the nerdy mac people that are good with unix commands.
Do get rid of invisible mac files, try the dot_clean command.
Go into terminal, at the prompt type: dot_clean /volume/location/

What I usually do is type dot_clean, then drag the folder right into the terminal window. It will put the path in there for you.

Good luck!
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#14
I finally did get this fixed. I figured out the problem I was having. Is anyone interested in the solution?
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#15
Won't make any difference to me, personally.

However, why not just publish the solution anyway? Then, anyone searching the forum, looking to cure a similar problem, will find it and not need to start another thread on the same subject.
Graeme

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#16
To get rid of your .ds files before you move a disk from your mac to your non-mac system:
1. Open up terminal (in the Utilities folder)
2. Type: dot_clean /Volumes/xxxxxx (where xxxxxx is the name of your volume)
3. press return.

That little unix command will clean your external SD card of .ds files.. which can mess up mobile sheets.
On my computer, the name of the disk I keep my MobileSheets files on is called "FAMPAD2".. so at the unix prompt, I type:
"dot_clean /Volumes/FAMPAD2"

Best of luck out there!!
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