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How do I restore my folder structure after an accidently deleting hidden directories?
I deleted a folder called “CON” in the “desktop” folder. Now I have two hidden folders, and I can’t find the “CON” folder. Is there any way of doing a reverse hidding restore?
I’m running Ubuntu 12.04. I don’t have access to the original folder any more, but I do have access to the “Desktop” folder
[how] Can I restore the original structure of the Desktop folder
(if it says nautilus is the new file manager)
sudo apt-get install nautilus-open-terminal
sudo nautilus -q
Then try to restore the folders and see if it helps
Is it correct to say “their had been” in the past as in “They had been there”?
I was reading the OALD1, and I saw a sentence like this:
Had been by the time I came, I had to run.
The key word here is “had”. Was it a mistake?
I think you’re using ‘had’ in the sense of ‘there have been’.
To say “they had been there” is really to say “there had been a time when they had been there”.
So “had been” is not the right