Sunday, March 1, 2009

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Recently I nearly went nuts as I tried to delete a flawed file download from a project of mine at Google Code. I just couldn't find out where to do it.

So if you find yourself in the same situation and just don't manage to find the "delete" link, here is what you must do:

  • Go to the "Downloads" tab and click on the description of the download to be deleted in the "Summary + Labels" column (yes, this actually is a link)
  • Find the "Delete" link right to the search input field at the top of the page

Actually pretty simple once you know it, but it took me a while till I recognized that the download description is a hyper link ...

4 comments:

Ryan Lei said...

Thanks for the help.
I went nuts, too, until I realized the black words in the "Summary + Labels" column contain a hyperlink.

Gunnar Morling said...

Glad, that I could help. It's really easy to miss, that the text in said column is a link ...

Joey said...

Thank you so much for this post. It is really quite frustrating sometimes on how to manage and how to delete file

rean said...

thank you...its work