To preface, I don't know the difference between folders and directories, so please bear with me. I like to automate things, and I got a little overzealous. I have since learned my lesson, but need to backtrack and reverse what I did. The problem is that my husband and I worked on this together, and I can't remember exactly what we did. Here's what I was going for: When I created a new folder and put stuff in it, I wanted a new subfolder to appear within, with copies of whatever was in the folder I just made. I could then change those copies and retain the originals all nice and organized. For instance, I would create a folder called "Wedding Pics" and put 200 photos in it. Then, in that folder, a new folder named jpgs would appear with copies of those 200 photos. Then I would go in and change the copies to jpgs. Sounds great, right? So, I looked online and found something to write into terminal or console, and it kind of made that happen. Except it didn't actually work, it just put an empty folder named jpgs in everything I open, whether its a folder I created or not. If i open it, it now has an empty jpgs folder in there. It only does it once though, so no matter how many times I open a folder there is only one jpgs folder within. This is wreaking havoc for many reasons. I can't find how to rectify this disaster, and cant find how we did it in the first place. If you think you can help, I appreciate your willingness to overlook the fact that I did this to myself and help me out anyway. Thanks.