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2-22-2012 @ 7:17PM
People have subfolders in their main images folder? :O
2-22-2012 @ 8:04PM
^^^^ Yeah, if they're talking about the WoW images folder, I don't have any subfolders there, and I have no idea why you would have six of them unless you're crazy about taking screenshots. As for my main image folder...I blog on WoW occasionally, but using that method in my main image folder would produce something non-WoW related...and probably NSFW too xD
2-23-2012 @ 8:18AM
I'm pretty sure it's a typo or just phrased poorly."Head into your images folder, select the sixth subfolder, grab the sixth image in the folder"should probably be "Head into your images folder, which is the sixth subfolder, grab the sixth image in the folder"or "Head into your World of Warcraft folder, select the sixth subfolder, grab the sixth image in the folder"As long as you have the folders sorted by name and not date or size, the Screenshots folder should be your sixth subfolder (preceded by Cache, Data, Errors, Interface, and Logs).
2-23-2012 @ 12:33PM
Some of us have a plethora of screenshots. Also, when you're a blogger, it makes finding certain pictures much more easily.
2-23-2012 @ 9:40PM
I have my screenshots organised by year, and by months in each year folder.
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