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:Why is the toolbox in it's own tree? And is there a way to have it basically copy the original toolbox? --[[User:Miquelfire|Miquel Fire]] 13:07, 28 September 2007 (EDT)
:Why is the toolbox in it's own tree? And is there a way to have it basically copy the original toolbox? --[[User:Miquelfire|Miquel Fire]] 13:07, 28 September 2007 (EDT)
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::The toolbox is in its own tree because the developer of the extension said that if you want some folders open by default and others closed, you need separate tree. IOW, create a tree with tree:openlevels=x for the folders you want open by default and another tree without tree:openlevels=x for the folders you want closed by default. I don't know what you mean by "copy the original toolbox." If it's missing items, we just have to add them back in manually. --[[User:Eric H. Jung|Eric H. Jung]] 13:32, 28 September 2007 (EDT)

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Why is the toolbox in it's own tree? And is there a way to have it basically copy the original toolbox? --Miquel Fire 13:07, 28 September 2007 (EDT)
The toolbox is in its own tree because the developer of the extension said that if you want some folders open by default and others closed, you need separate tree. IOW, create a tree with tree:openlevels=x for the folders you want open by default and another tree without tree:openlevels=x for the folders you want closed by default. I don't know what you mean by "copy the original toolbox." If it's missing items, we just have to add them back in manually. --Eric H. Jung 13:32, 28 September 2007 (EDT)
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