Filenames Being Saved In The Incorrect Case. Linux And Windows.

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Filenames being saved in the incorrect case. This sometime occurs when downloading files from a host serve...
Filenames being saved in the incorrect case. This sometime occurs when downloading files from a host server to a local hard drive. Sometimes this may also affect folder or directory names as well. It will mainly cause problems with Linux hosting because filenames with different case are seen a different files in the Linux System whereas in Windows there are seen as the same file. For example for Linux "lowercase.txt" is different to "Lowercase.txt" in Windows there are seen as the same file. Windows may attempt to adjust the capitalization of files and folders that are in all uppercase to make them more visually pleasing. For example, if you create a folder named "C:\ALLINCAPS" Windows will actually display it as "C:\Allincaps". This situation may also apply to filename. If just Windows is used then this will usually not cause a problem, except if you have two files with the same filename but different case on the host and you try to download both of these files then one could overwrite the other. Of cause a different case will affect the way the filename will look. File Names being saved in the incorrect case particularly appears the effect the filenames of images. This is due to the way Windows works with filename. *******www.acomputerportal****/uppercase_lowercase_filenames.html Made by me using Instant Video Suite:- *******www.acomputerportal****/instantvideosuite/index.html Finalised using Windows Movie Maker Good Luck www.acomputerportal****
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