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PostPosted: Tue Dec 30, 2014 8:45 am 
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You plug in your flashdrive and you want to see the newest html documents you saved there, instead folders as I do. In Win7 I got it that way, but not here. I tried several configs via "View" etc. but did not succeed.
I am aiming simply to getting things done with as little clicks or moves as possible.
Someone with suggestions-thanks and a happy new year!


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PostPosted: Tue Dec 30, 2014 11:09 am 
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1. Plug in your flashdrive.
2. Open the file manager, or just wait a second or two and it will open in the file manager all on its own
3. See your flashdrive on the left.
4. Click it
5. Let the system mount the drive - will take a few seconds.
6. Browse the files on your flashdrive

You can alse set your flashdrive to "autorun," which will auto-run preferred programs based on the type(s) of files on the drive--for example, movie or music files can be set to "just open" in your preferred program as soon as you plugin your dirve. To set that go to Settings menu > Hardware > Removable Drives and Media.

These are standard features in not only UberStudent but nearly all desktop Linux distrubutions.

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 30, 2014 11:20 am 
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Sorry for not explaining that precisely enough. The stick is displayed, files and folders, too. I want to see the newest documents, not folders and there is perhaps a way in the settings of the file manager. Admitted: I am a toddler with Linux.


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PostPosted: Tue Dec 30, 2014 11:49 am 
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ALL of the files and folders that are on the drive will display. If you want to see the newest at the top of the list, in the file manager go to View > Arrange Items > Sort by Modification Date and click Ascending.

You can also go to View > As Detailed List and then click on Type to arrange files by type.

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