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Created attachment 304 [details]
Steps to reproduce:
1. Open MonoDevelop.
2. In MOnoDevelop default screen, click on 'Open a Solution/File' link under 'Common Action' section.
3. In 'File to Open' popup, verify that 'Create Folder' button is not displayed.
4. Now click on 'Recently Used' option at left panel of the 'File to Open' popup and then click on 'Project' option and verify that 'Create Folder' button is displayed now.
Actual Result: When user first time clicks on 'Open a Solution/File' link at MonoDevelop Welcome page then 'Create Folder' button is not displayed at 'File to Open' popup but when user clicks 'Recently Used' option and then 'Project' option then 'Create Folder' button is displayed now at 'File to Open' popup.
Refer to the attached screenshot.
Expected Result: When user first time clicks on 'Open a Solution/File' link at MonoDevelop Welcome page then 'Create Folder' button should be displayed at 'File to Open' popup
Windows 7 (32 bit)
Windows XP (32 bit)
Created attachment 305 [details]
I think this bug report is now invalid. I cannot reproduce it.
I have checked this issue wilt XS 4.2.2 (build 2). Now 'Create Folder' button has been removed from 'File to Open' window.
Hence, closing this issue.