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    Add a period "." to the front of the name. That'll mask the file from the webOS's fileindexer/filepicker, and you won't see it in webOS apps like Videos anymore.

    Keep in mind the "Hidden" checkbox in Internalz does something different. The checkbox toggles actual FAT32 hidden-ness. When you plug-in the device and connect via USB mode, that's where FAT32 hidden attribute take effect. For example, if checkmark the box to hide "/media/internal/Open Source Information.pdf", when you go in USB mode, that file will be hidden.


    Perhaps in a future release of Internalz I should add a separate checkbox for "Mask from webOS" or split the "Hidden" checkbox into 2: "Hidden in webOS" and "Hidden in USB Mode"?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Robitaille View Post
    Add a period "." to the front of the name. That'll mask the file from the webOS's fileindexer/filepicker, and you won't see it in webOS apps like Videos anymore.

    Keep in mind the "Hidden" checkbox in Internalz does something different. The checkbox toggles actual FAT32 hidden-ness. When you plug-in the device and connect via USB mode, that's where FAT32 hidden attribute take effect. For example, if checkmark the box to hide "/media/internal/Open Source Information.pdf", when you go in USB mode, that file will be hidden.


    Perhaps in a future release of Internalz I should add a separate checkbox for "Mask from webOS" or split the "Hidden" checkbox into 2: "Hidden in webOS" and "Hidden in USB Mode"?
    Shoulda pointed that out about hidden too....

    My only thought on hidden from webos check box, may give you more of a headache in support, when people decide to hide something but it hides it from other things they may not want it hidden from.... if I am making sense. Like hiding an image because it shows up in photos, but then not realizing it is also going to hide the image from music player. I know it's basic and all, but I am sure you know people do little reading about what they are using.
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