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Buzzsaw Tip of the Week

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06-27-2003 03:21 AM
If you need to keep your Buzzsaw site open for extended periods of time or if there are many people working on your Buzzsaw site simultaneously, it’s a good idea to click the Refresh icon on the Buzzsaw toolbar occasionally to ensure that you are viewing the latest available versions of all files on the Buzzsaw site. If you hold down the Ctrl key while clicking the Refresh icon, the Buzzsaw client will also clear your Buzzsaw cache folder.
*Sheppard, Scott
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Re: Buzzsaw Tip of the Week

06-30-2003 01:21 AM in reply to: BCS_Support
If you hold down the Ctrl and Shift keys while
clicking the Refresh icon, any items that have permissions different from their
parents appear in bold. This will show you where you have explicitly set
permissions.


style="PADDING-RIGHT: 0px; PADDING-LEFT: 5px; MARGIN-LEFT: 5px; BORDER-LEFT: #000000 2px solid; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0px">
If
you need to keep your Buzzsaw site open for extended periods of time or if
there are many people working on your Buzzsaw site simultaneously, it’s a good
idea to click the Refresh icon on the Buzzsaw toolbar occasionally to ensure
that you are viewing the latest available versions of all files on the Buzzsaw
site. If you hold down the Ctrl key while clicking the Refresh icon, the
Buzzsaw client will also clear your Buzzsaw cache
folder.

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