C:\Alice\Example\ has its read-only attriube set.
C:\Bob\Example\ is not read-only, but hidden.
When I copy and paste the
Example directory from
C:\Bob using the keyboard shortcuts CTRL+C and CTRL+V, the target directory
C:\Bob\Example\ remains hidden, without becoming read-only.
This is a problem, because:
- The directory icon is lost (
desktop.inidoesn't work without the parent's read-only attribute).
- The directory becomes hidden.
- Is it a bug in Windows Explorer? How to report it?