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Snow Leopard "Last opened" view option in Finder


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Hi,

In Snow Leopard, I see the "Last opened" viewing option for Finder but it can't be selected,
Does anyone know how to fix this ?
cheers,
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Can you take a snap shot of this?

shift + command + 3
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here it is,
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Sorry, I just tested after posting and realised that this option is not available for some reason.
The closest I have is when looking at a file or App, etc, seeing when it was last opened... like this:


I spent a long time trying to work it out, as well as google fuing, but came up blank.
I hope that someone comes along with a solution, not only to help you with this, but also as I am now very curious.
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never mind, cheers
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