Well .. it's nice to see that this feature ...<br><br><br><br>... is as schizophrenic as ever.<br><br>Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't. They ought to put Virginia Tech's Mac based supercomputer to work, 24/7, to figure out why, with every version of OS X, selecting "Open new windows in colum view" means that not all new windows will open in column view. It's the 21st Century's greatest mystery. <br><br>****************<br>
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It depends upon the setting of your "main" drives' windows. If you close the windows with the column view open, it will always open in column view. It also depends what the other or networked drive is set to also. So if you have a network and the "other" computer is set to open in some way different, then that is how it will open. It's not all that bad, otherwise if you'd open Toast's image it would be a total mess.<br><br>
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