Problem: I had linked a folder on my C drive to a thought in my Personal Brain file. I decided I wanted to do things differently, but could not find a way to delete the thought that contained the folder link. So, I unlinked the thought that contained the folder link. Suddenly, I was in a new thought web that I had not created that contained the thought that I had unlinked. As I navigated through this new web, I realized that is was a map of my C drive containing thoughts for all folders of my C drive with links to the folders, with the C-drive iteslf being the top parent. All of the thoughts in this C-drive network are virtual thoughts. This network also contains a thought called "Recent" that is jump linked with all of the C-drive folder thoughts that contain files that I have openned recently. WHen I clicked on its folder link, it openned the "My Recent Documents" folder that Windows XP uses to provide shortcuts to all of the files that have been recently openned.
- Version of PersonalBrain: Free Trial Pro Edition, version 18.104.22.168
- OS: Windows XP Home Edition Version 2002, Sevice Pack 2
- Java version: J-1.6.0_02
This has really slowed down the my personal brain file. Please tell me how to undo this (delete this C drive network in my brain). None of the C-drive network (all virtual thoughts) is linked to my original network, so I can't unlink it to cause it to be deleted. The "unlink" function does not work anywhere in the C-drive network.