Scroll or jump to the selected object / files when filtering?
Yes, you can scroll or jump in the File Explorer views when filtering to the selected object on Windows 11, 10, ... or MS Server OS!
The marking in the Quad Explorer is largely based on the marking in Windows Explorer, so as not to be a learning hurdle, it was always important to me so that it does not become a Norton Commander clone 2020!
As in Windows Explorer, marking files is an important task, markings are there to temporarily separate files. Once selected, you can use the markers to quickly and effectively copy, move, or merge your files, or perform other file operations on the selected files.
1.) When using filters Use the arrow keys to highlight the jump!
This is a rarely needed function to jump to the next selection, when using the file filter the individual file explorer views!
3.) What should I watch out for when marking the files in the File Explorer views?
You can quickly mark several files with the mouse or keyboard, but with a file or folder marking it is not only the marking speed that is important, but rather to achieve a targeted, correct and safe marking of the files and folders.
Marking files and folders when working with files and folders I want certain actions, multiple related objects and non-related objects.?
Is it possible to let the program scroll to the selected object when filtering? With several marked objects it would be nice to be able to scroll to the next or previous object using the "Up" or "Down" button.?
Marking several files in a row, was important to me marking with the filter of several individual files is practical, can you jump to files without clicking on the marked file again, the marking of other files is lost?
Are there other ways to mark files so that they can be moved or copied, or can be quickly moved to a target folder?