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It doesn't seem to include the folder (directory) in the POD. Am I doing anything wrong?I drag the folder I want to POD into the program. I enter the information. I click GENERATE POD. The POD is generated, but when I open the POD, no FOLDER information is present.Without the folder information, the POD really can't be used.I don't think I'm overlooking anything, but what am I missing?Jeff

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Hi Jeff,If you drop "MyWorkFolder" on DragPodder, the "MyWorkFolder" is not included in the POD definition. Thus, if you have only files in that folder (no sub directory) it's normal that you don't find any folder information inside the newly created POD, as all the files are considered in the "root" directory.Usually, you create a "MyWorkFolder", then, inside, create the standard Fly!II directory you need for example "models", "data", "Art", "database" .. then put all the files you want in each of them.Drop "MyWorkFolder" and it's done !Hope this can help

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Hi Roland,I understand now. Since I was working with the actual Fly! II directory, I wouldn't want to drop the Fly! II folder just to get the DATA directory. It wouldn't work...I'd get everything!I'll create a working directory.Thanks for the advice!Jeff

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