[macvoiceover] Re: Copying files to a shared folder?

Chris,
What procedure did you follow to share the folder? I've done this many times, 
and never had this kind of problems...

Ignasi
On Nov 19, 2009, at 8:15 AM, Chris Hofstader wrote:

> Hi,
> 
> I'm moving off of my old MacBook 13 and onto my new MacBook Pro 13.  I shared 
> the Documents folder on the new computer, went over to the old one, went into 
> its Documents folder, did a select all and copy and it said 48 items copied.  
> I went to the shared folder in Finder from the new computer while on the 
> older one.  I did a "paste" and it said something about pasting 48 items 
> which sounded good to me.  I was asked if I wanted to replace items and I 
> said yes to replace all.  Then, still on the older machine, I get a dialogue 
> that says "Copying" and it says it is copying more than 3000 files to the 
> Documents folder on the new computer.
> 
> What did I do wrong?  Where did the 48 files that I copied go?  I think this 
> is the first task I've needed where Windows seems easier, not easier enough 
> to go back, just a bit easier in one way.
> 
> cdh>
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