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Mary
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« on: September 30, 2011, 01:07:59 PM »

I've been storing my working photo files on my Mac at the top level of the disk; however, Apple geniuses seem to want you to keep all your files in the user/documents or picture folder "because applications are trained to look there" -- or something like that. It's easy for me to set up chronosync at the top level -- any reason not to? thought I'd ask after all these years.
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