Well, I'll be darned. I never noticed that before. Indeed,
it seems that mounted network drives (ones for which you've
assigned a drive letter) don't show up in places like the
Browse dialog for Search Disk, though those drives do show
up in the regular File Open dialog.
Another workaround is to browse the Network Neighborhood
tree. That does seem to to work from the Browse dialog for
Search Disk in any case. At least that provides browsing
capability, and you don't need to directly type in the path.
Geoffrey Skinner wrote:
> Thanks for suggestions.
> I didn't state the problem clearly enough. Opening a file in a network drive
> isn't a problem - I can see all my network drives then. The problem comes
> when I try to either browse location to display a disk files to list or do a
> global search/replace. In both those cases, network drives aren't visible.
> As it turns out, I did find a workaround - even though the network drives
> aren't visible, one can type in the location directly and NoteTab can find
> the files. It's just a bit less convenient than being able to browse
> Geoffrey Skinner
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