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Show files in subfolders

Posted: Tue Feb 03, 2009 5:43 pm
by Dreamer
"Show files in subfolders" is quite important feature from XnView Windows version, I think. :wink:

Re: Request - Show files in subfolders

Posted: Wed Feb 18, 2009 2:35 pm
by xnview
You have an icon in the toolbar near catpure

Posted: Thu Feb 19, 2009 12:53 am
by Dreamer
Oh, thanks. :)

But I have more suggestions:

- there should be a menu item for all options, incl. this one
- toolbar button should toggle this function - so also disable
- keyboard shortcut would be nice too - Ctrl+B (same as in TC, FC)
- change background colour if this function is enabled (same as in FC)

Re: Request - Show files in subfolders

Posted: Fri May 31, 2013 7:38 pm
by origininc
Sorry, You said "You have an icon in the toolbar near capture"
I don't see the icon. To the left of capture is convert. To the right of capture is Slide show.
Please treat me like a dummy and be more specific. Or can you possibly post what the icon looks like.

Also: Is there a way to set the default to "Show files in subfolder"

Thanks,
Frederick

Re: Request - Show files in subfolders

Posted: Sat Jun 01, 2013 6:37 am
by m.Th.
origininc wrote:Sorry, You said "You have an icon in the toolbar near capture"
I don't see the icon. To the left of capture is convert. To the right of capture is Slide show.
Please treat me like a dummy and be more specific. Or can you possibly post what the icon looks like.

Also: Is there a way to set the default to "Show files in subfolder"

Thanks,
Frederick


You describe here the XnView's interface, whereas the OP and the replies talk about XnViewMP's interface.

For XnView you have a menu option: "View > Show Files in Subfolders"

As an aside, I think that's quite dangerous to have it enbaled by default. Think what it would happen if one would choose to browse "C:\" or any other root folder of a data (photo) disk, for example. We don't need yet another Lightroom... :D


...Also in XnViewMP I would like to have also an entry in the View menu. It is more logical. A button on the toolbar isn't discoverable - this thread proves it clearly.

Re:

Posted: Sat Jun 01, 2013 6:40 am
by m.Th.
Dreamer wrote:Oh, thanks. :)

But I have more suggestions:

- there should be a menu item for all options, incl. this one
- toolbar button should toggle this function - so also disable
- keyboard shortcut would be nice too - Ctrl+B (same as in TC, FC)
- change background colour if this function is enabled (same as in FC)



+1

Re:

Posted: Sun Mar 19, 2017 3:29 pm
by Dreamer
0.85b1 update...

Dreamer wrote:- there should be a menu item for all options, incl. this one -still missing
- toolbar button should toggle this function - so also disable -done
- keyboard shortcut would be nice too - Ctrl+B (same as in TC, FC) -can be set now, I suggest to add by default
- change background colour if this function is enabled (same as in FC) -still missing but not so important

New suggestion - change the button / icon if enabled

Re: Re:

Posted: Mon Mar 20, 2017 1:07 pm
by m.Th.
Dreamer wrote:0.85b1 update...

Dreamer wrote:- there should be a menu item for all options, incl. this one -still missing
- toolbar button should toggle this function - so also disable -done
- keyboard shortcut would be nice too - Ctrl+B (same as in TC, FC) -can be set now, I suggest to add by default
- change background colour if this function is enabled (same as in FC) -still missing but not so important

New suggestion - change the button / icon if enabled


?? toolbar button should toggle this function - so also disable -done

„done” - AFAIS the toolbar button doesn't toogle

Perhaps I'm missing something?

Re: Re:

Posted: Mon Mar 20, 2017 3:45 pm
by helmut
m.Th. wrote:... ?? toolbar button should toggle this function - so also disable -done
This issue is handled in topic "Toolbar item "show files in subfolder" doesn't show state"