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hi,i am unable to import some nmr file which are stored in D or some other drives.. can anybody help me please thankyou

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Hi, Is older data in the format of some previous version? Do you get any error message? - Evgeny Fadeev (Jul 17 '10 at 08:03)

actually,i used to open data using file-open -browse-folder where data exits when i click ok it is showing all files existing in that folder ask to choose file but previously i used to get whole folder at a time so that it is very easy to process the data when all files are there..thankyou - sashi (Jul 18 '10 at 20:05)


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Hi Sashi,

I'm still not very clear about what you are asking.

Please tell me whether you are seeing folder managing panel that has 4 tabs (Browser, Last50, Groups, Alias)in the left hand side of your TS 2.1 or not?. If not, there will be small arrow buttons that can be used to activate/deactivate that panel. You might have accidently deactivated that panel. Click one of those buttons to activate the panel. Once activated click "Browser" tab to make it active. Then right click and choose "Add new data dir". Now you can add your data drive info (like /my_old_nmr_data). But, make sure that your actual NMR experimental data is stored in Bruker way (/my_old_nmr_data/data/<username>/nmr). If so, then you will be able to see that in the folder manageing panel. If the drag feature is not disabled then you will be able to drag your data into the display window Or double clicking particular data will open that in your dipaly window. You don't have to do "file-->open-->etc" every time.

Hope this helps.

-Ilango.

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updated Jul 19 '10 at 13:25

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