Last night I create a new project in Visual Studio 2010, in the folder
c:\development\hobby\devices. When I navigate to that folder in a new instance of Windows Explorer, I get the 'This folder is empty.' message in the files pane.
If I then, from within Visual Studio, issue the "Open containing folder command", explorer opens to the folder
c:\development\hobby\devices\LoopBack, where loopback is a project under the main folder. If I paste that path into another new instance of explorer, explorer correctly opens
How is this possible?