Here is a video of the issue, note that I add the project folder from P:… but Atom “thinks” the file is on E:…
I am forced to work in the following path:
for my tools to work properly. But all of my content is actually on
So I used a symlink creator to create a junction at P:\IFA3\Path that links to MyStuff that is on E. Unfortunately Atom “sees through” my little trick and shows my buffer’s path as E:… instead of P:…
I am adding content/project folders to Atom from the P: location though.
Now I NEED Atom to “think” that I am on my P drive, otherwise the tools that I launch via process-palette get the wrong directory path.
Is there a way to FORCE Atom to see Junctions “properly”?