Show Filename

Finding the filename of a database is fairly easy: use the property box. But
this only gives the data for one db which is not always enough. Now there's an
undocumented way to see the filenames for all the databases on your workspace.
Hold down Ctrl+Shift and select View - Show servernames. This will display the
filename on each and every icon, along with server and unread documents (if
selected). It can be toggled independently from the servername. Just do it
again, and the servername is toggled on/off.
This was first published in November 2000

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