10 minutes ago I had a few items in the Public Folder of my iDisk. Nothing terribly important or mission critical. But just a couple of minutes ago, I found said Public Folder empty. In fact, that folder had vanished altogether from my desktop iDisk. I unmounted it and went directly to my iDisk via the Go menu. The Public Folder was there, but empty!<br><br>I'm syncing a new desktop iDisk now. Can't wait to se what happens. Is iDisk acting up again? Or is someone acting out. <br><br>
Use iDisk Utitlity to check to check your public folder access.You probably have it set to Read-Write, so anyone can add or delete files. I know because I just accessed your public folder, added and deleted a file. I feel kinda dirty though.<br><br>Maybe someone's goofing on you.<br><br>
Man, when are you going to get with the program and just use you domain name and set up directories and FTP for your clients there, instead of this obscenely overpriced .Mac garbage???<br><br><br><br>CreativeGuy: For your "fix" of design software tips, tricks & commentary.
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I don't even bother with that. Asking a client to use an ftp program to access files is just too techy for most of them. I use Web Sharing which also has the benefit of making the files available immediately vs. waiting to upload them to an ftp site. On the rare occasions they have to get files to me, overnighting a disk or letting them log into my Shared folder does the trick.<br><br>
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