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Setting Default Show Hidden Files (dotfiles). Option

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Anthony Brian Mallgren, Nov 24, 2016.

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  1. Anthony Brian Mallgren

    Anthony Brian Mallgren Active Member

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    Dear cPanel Forum Members,

    Wondering how one may achieve setting more permanent default Show Hidden Files (dotfiles). option when opening File Manager.

    For example, always default not selected.

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    Anthony Brian Mallgren
     
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    In File Manager, under the Settings Menu, top right corner of File Manager is the option to set this.
     
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    Dear Infopro,

    I attempting uploading a "screenshot".

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    That should have popped up when attempting to edit a file in File Manager. You can click ok on it under normal circumstances.
     
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