|Jan 17, 2013, 11:55 AM||#1|
Upgrading to Mountain Lion (Nested Folders)
I'm still running Lion since upgrading is usually takes time for me and I remember hearing something about not being able to use nested folders in Mountain Lion
I didn't look more into it at the time, but I was wondering if this is true?
The way I have my Mac Pro set up, I have a Boot drive which has the OS/Apps and I have 2 Data drives that hole all my files.
My files on my data drive are split up like so:
And in those folders its organized to be broken down a bit more by events.
Would this type of structure be impossible with Mountain Lion?
And finally, if the above is possible in Mountain Lion, then what is it that changed with the filesystem?
|Jan 17, 2013, 02:56 PM||#3|
|Jan 17, 2013, 03:04 PM||#4|
|Jan 17, 2013, 04:04 PM||#6|
|Jan 17, 2013, 06:13 PM||#8|
That article links to another article. If you read the comments on that article, you will see that this is all about iCloud storage yet neither article really states that. This is what comes from people when they write on a topic of which they are ignorant....
Mac Pro: 8-core 2.8 GHz, 10GB RAM, OS X 10.8.4; iPhone 5 32GB iOS 6.1.2
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