On Mon, 05 Jan 2015 23:27:30 +0100
Udo Weik <weikeng...@aol.com> wrote:

>1. It's not possible to select an network drive via the folder/file
>    dialog. So I copied the path from the clipboard.
>2. I get the following error message:
>    File not 
> found:\\\Network-drive\drive.nas\The-name-of-the-USB-Stick\FolderMain\FolderSub
>    Why are there three backslashes shown: \\\Network-drive\...
>    And why is the location not found?
>3. It's not possible to resume from that error. File notebooks.list in
>    C:\Users\USER_NAME\AppData\Roaming\zim\config\zim\notebooks.list
>    must be deleted. That's really inconvenient, especially for a Zim beginner.
>Any hints?

I'll take a stab Udo...though I'm just a user like yourself. My primary 
question based on the information you've provided: have you mapped the network 
drive to a letter (i.e. W: or Z:)?

Many programs I use to access a network storage device won't recognize it until 
its mapped properly in Windows.


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