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Hi there,

I recently downloaded Mac OS Lion and I can't change the way it displays my files. I have most arranged by date modified and it shows them in rows...for example "today" "last week" etc...I just want them all together without being divided in rows like they were before with the newest files on top and the oldest at the bottom of the folder. Is there any way to do this on Lion?
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