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Hi, Thanks for the help.. your solution makes sense.. However, my problem is that I have deleted the repository on the server, and so when I try to do "CVS | Release" it does not work, because there is no valid repository on the server. I am new to CVS and had installed CVSNT and then removed it from the server, etc. In all this process, the local files on my local machine that originally were connected to repository, are sort of left "orphaned" because there is no valid repository to connect to through tortiose. Is there any way to get rid of that green overlay on my files if I have no valid CVS repository on the server? Thanks, -Westside "Glen Starrett" <grstarrett at cox.net> wrote in message news:cm1k23$ffc$1 at paris.nodomain.org... > WestSide wrote: > > How can I get rid of that green overlay and sort of start over... I have a > > bit of a mess on my side, and want to start fresh.. everytime I try to copy > > my files to the new directory.. it still keeps the green overlay.... > > The green overlay is telling you that this is a sandbox. If you choose > CVS > Update, then it'll get the latest version from the repository. If > you've changed some files locally, you can do a CVS > Update Special and > tell it you want a "clean copy" to remove your local changes. > > If you really want to start fresh, then delete the sandbox or use the > CVS > Release command (NOT "remove", that tells CVS to delete it from > the repository). > > -- > Glen Starrett