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    Michael Gilkes
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    Many times when posting to this site for help, persons explain the symptoms of the problem they have. For example, someone may say that the subfolders are not collapsing. Oftentimes, this is the result of a Javascript conflict or some error on the webpage, which may or may not be related to my plugins. However, it is work noting that you can see the exact error by checking the “Console” specific to your browser. Here are the instructions to access the error console for major browsers:

    Internet Explorer 8+: Press F12. Click on the “Console” tab in the window that opens up.

    Firefox 8+: Go to Tools > Web Developer > Error Console

    Safari 5+: Go to Safari > Prefernces > Advanced and check “Show Develop menu in menu bar”. After you do that once, you can access the error console by going to Develop > Show Error Console

    Chrome: Go to View > Developer > Javascript Console. Then click on the “Console” tab

    Opera 11+: Go to Tools > Advanced > Error Console

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