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preserving folder preferences - computer to computer


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hi. the other day i was asking about how to have an image displayed in the folder. now i'm wondering if anyone knows how to preserve the appearance - position of folders, size of subfolders, background images, etc - of a folder (and folders within it) in a way where i can send it to another computer (mac) and have it look the same way. i'm trying to use it as a kind of presentation and would like for it to be the way i have it now.

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