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bugnetting reviewed on 23 Mar 2011
At first it did what it said on the tin. Then the app started to "forget" which files it had hidden. Luckily I was able to find another app to un-invisible *all* of the invisible files on my computer, then I used Terminal to manually remove the invisible-creating dot at the beginning of the file name.

When it works flawlessly, it will be useful. For now, I'd rather not risk losing track of my files and directories again.
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burypromote

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bugnetting replied on 24 Mar 2011
Hello Jan,

Thank you for the quick reply. I tried the Scan Hard Disk function twice, and neither time it was able to see the directories that I had hidden with ÜberMask.

I used inVisibles 1.5 to reveal all of the invisible files on my drive.

Could there be a problem with hiding a directory that has a space in the name? Both of the problem directories contained two words.

Thanks,
Travis
burypromote

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bugnetting replied on 25 Mar 2011
No, I did not knowingly delete any aliases for the hidden files.

I had a thought, though: You have a function called "Release." Does this tell UberMask to un-hide an object, or to no longer track its visible/hidden status? I was confused between "Reveal" and "Release". Perhaps I clicked the wrong one?
burypromote

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bugnetting replied on 28 Mar 2011
In my case, it seemed to have done the no longer track function, but didn't do the visible one :-(
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