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Greetings!

In one of my files, the IDE shows me an icon consisting of a blue arrow
pointing up and bent to the right. What does that mean?

Thanks!

Rob
Nov 20 '05 #1
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Is this a tiny little thing in the lower left corner, like a shortcut dash?
That's probably a linked file icon, meaning that the file is not in the
same folder as the rest of the files in your project, it came from
somewhere else, and you are modifying that file directly.

Josh Moody
Developer Division Sustained Engineering Team

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Greetings!

In one of my files, the IDE shows me an icon consisting of a blue arrow
pointing up and bent to the right. What does that mean?

Thanks!

Rob


Nov 20 '05 #2

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