The back slash normally indicates the root directory. I think in this case it is pointing to your save directory, so it’s letting you add a child directory to the directory you are in, if you need it.
It is used as a time saver for creating folders or saving files, so you don’t have to enter the whole path.
If you save a file with a distinctive name, (like xxxtestingxxx) then file search in windows explorer, you will find out which folder is designated as the ‘parent’ directory for your saves.
I have tried searching for the file on the hard drive, but nothing ever shows up. However, I go back into UPK and click File open and I see the files.
What’s the operating system ?
How did you search for the file ?
Operating system is Windows XP SP3. I also searched for the file under start, search, for files or folders. I did a search on all files modified on a certain date. I didn’t see it listed at all, but when going into the program it shows up.
Is this a corporate environment ?
I don’t know the software, but it could have been configured to save files to a remote host (a server).