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How can the display state in FreeCommander for files/folders be restored to the initial state (as after installation)?

I have inadvertently changed the display state, see below, in FreeCommander and I can't figure out how to get back to the previous state. I don't want both the folder hierarchy and the one folder view in each panel. I only want the one folder view in each panel, corresponding to the scratched out parts not being there in this illustration:

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In your screenshot, on the right side, just above the white D drive icon, there are 2 blue buttons. The left one is the tree view icon - click it and it will turn off the area you don't want. You can also press Alt+T.

You will have to click in each of the file views to turn off both tree views.

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Ah, yes. What a relief. – Peter Mortensen Mar 5 '10 at 23:41

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