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View for "Save Picture" window won't save in XP Media


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gregv31

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I recently got a new PC with XP Media Edition and I'm unable to save my view in the "Save Pictures" window in IE. I can change the view but it keeps defaulting back to Thumbnail view the next time I open it.

As was suggested in the Microsoft forum, I tried changing the default number for "bags" in the registry, but this didn't help.

All my folders are set to List view and are fine.

Any help would be appreciated!!

Edited by gregv31, 21 March 2006 - 10:44 AM.

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Hi there gregv31

Open you explorer, and goto the menu bar, click on "Tools" go down to "Folder Options", then the "View" tab.

You will see a list box on the bottom, go down and look for "Remeber each folders view settings" (This is down towards the end of the list) select and apply. See what happends now when you change icon view settings.

Let me know. Thanks :tazz:
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I've tried that. My folder views are fine (list) and when I do that, it says changes will be applied to all folders, but not to toolbars or folder tasks...so I'm assuming "Save Pictures" is a folder task and I'm not sure where to make changes.
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