I'm glad I found this forum post as I was very close to deleting some important files this morning. I'm becoming more and more dependent, happily so, on theBrain. As has been suggested in your seminars, I'm slowly discovering and implementing new uses. In everything I've done up to this point the word "Internal" in theBrain nomenclature has meant just what it says. Having the word suddenly mean the opposite is needlessly and potentially harmful.
I hope this can be corrected. Since, as you mention Patrick, files in virtual folders are internal to the folder, not internal to TheBrain, they should say so. Everything is internal to something in the real world, but if my response to a question about an item's location is always "inside," it doesn't actually help the person looking for the item if I don't implicitly answer the implied question. Inside what?
iMac (Retina 5K, 27-inch, Late 2015) 3.3 GHz Intel Core i5 32 GB 1867 MHz DDR3