Page View Missing In FP2000


J

JCrowe

This one has stumped the monkey.

My Page View has disappeared ! Here is the situation:

FP2000 running on Win2K Pro publishing to Win2K server
w/IIs 5.0, extentions installed.

When I open a web on my local machine I get my "Folders
List" view on the left hand side. The seprator bar for
the "Page View" is missing so I have one large "Folders
View" page.

When I open a folder and then open a page in the web...the
page opens but not in the normal sense. I have to "close
folders view" and the page is there.

I have checked, double checked and had other people check
my "views" setup.

Anybody got a clue what may have happened. I
suspect "Operator Error" however I have looked at it for
several hours and I am afraid I am over looking the most
simplest of things.

Thanks,
JCrowe
 
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S

Stefan B Rusynko

Drag the divider for Folder List to the left on your screen
Note you may have to set your monitor to a higher resolution to see it



| This one has stumped the monkey.
|
| My Page View has disappeared ! Here is the situation:
|
| FP2000 running on Win2K Pro publishing to Win2K server
| w/IIs 5.0, extentions installed.
|
| When I open a web on my local machine I get my "Folders
| List" view on the left hand side. The seprator bar for
| the "Page View" is missing so I have one large "Folders
| View" page.
|
| When I open a folder and then open a page in the web...the
| page opens but not in the normal sense. I have to "close
| folders view" and the page is there.
|
| I have checked, double checked and had other people check
| my "views" setup.
|
| Anybody got a clue what may have happened. I
| suspect "Operator Error" however I have looked at it for
| several hours and I am afraid I am over looking the most
| simplest of things.
|
| Thanks,
| JCrowe
 

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