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  1. 31 Mar '09 12:19
    How do you set up the folder list in the order that you would like them displayed?..Thanks
  2. Subscriber KingDavid403
    King David
    31 Mar '09 12:55 / 2 edits
    Originally posted by taipei5200
    How do you set up the folder list in the order that you would like them displayed?..Thanks
    I'm pretty sure that folders are in the order as you create them. I've never heard that you can change that order. I may be wrong here.
    How many folders you got that you need to change their order?
  3. 31 Mar '09 13:03
    Originally posted by KingDavid403
    I'm pretty sure that folders are in the order as you create them. I've never heard that you can change that order. I may be wrong here.
    How many folders you got that you need to change their order?
    I have sixteen
  4. 31 Mar '09 13:10
    Don't remember the order I created them, but mine are currently: inbox-first and archive-last and everything else is in alphabetical order. I don't see any way to move them around except re-naming them to change the alphabetical order.
  5. Subscriber KingDavid403
    King David
    31 Mar '09 13:21 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by taipei5200
    I have sixteen


    Well I'm sure you have your reasons. I have 5, but only really use 3 or 4.
  6. Subscriber KingDavid403
    King David
    31 Mar '09 13:29
    Originally posted by MontyMoose
    Don't remember the order I created them, but mine are currently: inbox-first and archive-last and everything else is in alphabetical order. I don't see any way to move them around except re-naming them to change the alphabetical order.
    I think you're correct Monty. Mine are the same. I had to recite the alphabet while going over them. Hey it's early here and I'm only on my first cup of coffee.
  7. 31 Mar '09 16:55
    Just as long as Taipei doesn't ask about en passent, eh?
  8. Subscriber KingDavid403
    King David
    31 Mar '09 17:20 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by MontyMoose
    Just as long as Taipei doesn't ask about en passent, eh?
    OMG not again. I'm starting to dislike en passant.
  9. 31 Mar '09 19:01
    Originally posted by taipei5200
    How do you set up the folder list in the order that you would like them displayed?..Thanks
    Rename your folders by adding 01,02,03,etc at the beginning of the names
  10. 31 Mar '09 20:32
    Originally posted by Bull McCabe
    Rename your folders by adding 01,02,03,etc at the beginning of the names
    Wait, let me go see if that works.....................

    a minute passes.....soft elevator music plays.........

    IT WORKS! Brilliant! Rec'd.
  11. 01 Apr '09 06:48
    Originally posted by MontyMoose
    Don't remember the order I created them, but mine are currently: inbox-first and archive-last and everything else is in alphabetical order. I don't see any way to move them around except re-naming them to change the alphabetical order.
    So hw do you rename them?..Thanks
  12. 01 Apr '09 11:32
    On any folder page "Manage Folders" (you may have to scroll left and down to see it. On the next page pick "edit" for the folder you want and in the name box on the left side retype the name of the folder as you now want it.
  13. 01 Apr '09 12:18
    Originally posted by KingDavid403
    OMG not again. I'm starting to dislike en passant.
    What is this en passant you speak of? Is it an horrible food or something?
  14. 01 Apr '09 12:28
    Originally posted by adramforall
    What is this en passant you speak of? Is it an horrible food or something?
    En Passant Casserole

    ~ 4 Passant breasts
    ~ 4 slices ham
    ~ 4 - 6 slices swiss cheese
    ~ 1 can cream of mushroom soup
    ~ 1/2 can water
    ~ 2 cups stuffing mix
    ~ 1 stick butter, melted

    Put the breasts in a greased 9x13 baking dish.
    In a bowl, mix together the soup and the water.
    Place the ham and cheese on the Passant breasts.
    Pour the soup over the breasts and cover with the stuffing mix.
    Pour the melted butter over the top of the stuffing mix.
    Bake for 1 hour at 350 degrees.
    Serve and Enjoy!
  15. 01 Apr '09 17:02
    Originally posted by FabianFnas
    En Passant Casserole
    Just before serving give each of your guests a quart/litre of Jack Daniel's to chug. Helps them forget what a rotten cook you are.