Favorite Folders Panel

Available in: Actual Window Manager, Actual File Folders.

The Favorite Folders panel allows managing the list of shortcuts to the folders that you use most frequently (i.e. your favorite folders).

Favorite Folders Panel

Via title button check box - mark it to enable the Favorite Folders title button (this option works the same as this option in the Default Settings).

Favorite Folders toolbar - is related to the Favorite Folders list box and contains the buttons for the following Favorite Folder item's related commands:

  • Add Item icon Add Item button - click it to add a new shortcut to a favorite folder.

  • Add Separator icon Add Separator button - click it to add a separator to tell apart the groups of shortcuts.

  • Delete Item icon Delete Item button - click it to delete the shortcut selected in the Favorite Folders list box.

  • Move Item Up icon Move Item Up button - click it to move the shortcut selected in the Favorite Folders list box one step up.

  • Move Item Down icon Move Item Down button - click it to move the shortcut selected in the Favorite Folders list box one step down.

Favorite Folders list box - shows the list of currently available Favorite Folders shortcuts and contains the following columns:

  • Name column - displays the short name of a Favorite Folder shortcut;

  • Path column - displays the full file system path to a folder;

Below the list is the group of controls allowing you to modify the properties of the favorite folder selected in the list box:

  • Name edit box - here you can specify or modify shortcut's name. When specified, this name will be displayed instead of the full path to a folder;

  • Path edit box - here you can modify shortcut's path. This can be useful when the old path is changed slightly so that it's easier to modify the existing shortcut instead of deleting it and adding a new one.

    Hint
    You can use the environment variables when specifying a path.