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Re: newbie question

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-02-28 21:19:47 CET

Riechert, Gerald wrote:
> I’m a new user of SVN and Tortoise on Windows XP. I’ve set up a local
> repository using FSFS. As a start I imported My Documents to the
> repository last week. Today when I logged on:
> - The My Documents icon on my desktop has a red “!”. I opened the folder
> and everything in there, including all subfolders, has a green
> checkmark. Why the red indication on my desktop?

Maybe you changed a property on that folder? Maybe you ignored some
files with svn:ignore?

> - A link on my desktop to a local network location has a red “?”. There
> is no SVN info in that location. Links to other locations do not have
> any TSVN indications on them. Why?

TSVN doesn't have a question mark overlay at all. Seems your icon cache
got corrupted. See our FAQ on how to resolve this.


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