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Devilcantburn says

Hello,

I just run themecheck on my new wp theme and i was surprised to see :
WARNING : .bridgesort Hidden Files or Folders found.

unfortunately, i found nothing about that on google… and i dont know how to fix that….

Someone have an idea ?

Thanks by advance, Julian

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Devilcantburn says

Hello. Maybe you read this – http://pcsupport.about.com/od/fileextensions/f/bridgesortfile.htm ? :)

Yes, i saw this article but the problem is… that i dont see any hidden file or non-common files in the theme folder….

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duotive says


Hello. Maybe you read this – http://pcsupport.about.com/od/fileextensions/f/bridgesortfile.htm ? :)
Yes, i saw this article but the problem is… that i dont see any hidden file or non-common files in the theme folder….

Are you on a mac? I know that mac adds a lot of hidden useless files.

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FRESHFACE says

If you are on a mac, open terminal and run these two commands:

cd path/to/my/project

btw, instead of typing “path/to/my/project” you can just drag and drop the project folder onto the terminal window, but make sure you first write “cd ” before you do that.

find .bridgesort
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Devilcantburn says



Hello. Maybe you read this – http://pcsupport.about.com/od/fileextensions/f/bridgesortfile.htm ? :)
Yes, i saw this article but the problem is… that i dont see any hidden file or non-common files in the theme folder….
Are you on a mac? I know that mac adds a lot of hidden useless files.

I just found it !!! i was in a sub-sub-sub-sub folder ! :D This folder has been created on a mac and has been transferred from this mac to another mac via my internal network…. and a bridgePort file has been created !...

Thank you Duotive for your time ;) !

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Devilcantburn says

If you are on a mac, open terminal and run these two commands:
cd path/to/my/project
find .bridgesort

Thanks FreshFace, i found it ! ;) thanks for your time !

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duotive says

Mac mac :) I need to buy one to learn how to use it! Glad you solved it.

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