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My local folders have dissapeard from my left panel. How do I get them back?
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You've probalby changed your folders view without paying attention. My wife has done the same one time.
Just click on small arrows which are on the right of left panel's title, to return to "all folders"
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Jess31, one other thing that may have happened, was the right hand column of the Folders section got dragged to the left and closed the Folders section.
Place your cursor over the left hand side of the TB window, until you get the Double arrow, right click it and drag it to the right, that should re-open the Folders section.
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