OK, now this is very strange. When I open a Finder window now, there's a new element, "Shared," in the Sidebar, and there are listed the two other computers that are running now on my network. Up until two minutes ago, the "Shared" section wasn't on the Sidebar. Now it's very easy to get to the remote computers.<br><br>   
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Are you sure? Because the first time I mounted my laptops disk over the WiFi I couldn't find it either, and I noticed the little triangle drop-down was closed.<br><br><br><br>The shared network is fantastic. Mount one volume and they are all there if you need them. But, they don't mount on the desktop anymore. Not sure how I feel about that yet.<br><br><br>Nevermind, I see what you mean. It comes and goes when volumes are mounted/ejected<br><P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by Trog on 10/27/07 05:03 PM (server time).</EM></FONT></P>
The cool thing is that the shared disks seem to survive everything but a total restart. Wake from sleep and they are still there. I have an ftp site as well as an AFP (Appletalk file Protocol) sitting over there and they both act as if they are local.<br><br>I'm loving this sidebar. (But I'm not going to marry it.)<br><br>
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