any way to stop my samba shares from being grayed out after i connect with apple+k?

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  1. dorkultra

    dorkultra OT's resident crohns dude OT Supporter

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    i really love using apple+k to connect to my server and other computer's shares

    the problem arises after i connect to them once. if they are connected, i can't use the shortcut of apple+k anymore. i'm stuck with having to go into the hard drive icon and click on the device that is sharing, then click on the volume (already mounted) that i want to access

    it just takes more time. any quick way of doing this?

    i've attempted to use alias icons on the desktop before and it was hit or miss with tiger, now that i have leopard, networking is somewhat improved
     
  2. mobbarley

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    sorry, cmd+k connects and mounts network drives, if they are already mounted you just need a finder window (cmd+n). I sometimes use cmd+shift+c (computer) then down arrow to the drive, then right arrow to go into it..?
     

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