I would like Tree view to be active when I open Q-Dir.
Is there a way to do this. If not it would be nice to do in some program update.
Always start in detail mode,
I can't save view mode, Q-Dir always start in detail mode, but i usually list mode, how to fix it? thank you very much.
Search the first folder when I have no select.
When I change the directory to "C:\Program Files" with Q-Dir ,then I click the blank area(in order to let the Q-Dir don't select any folder), and i click the key CTRL+F the search window appears,but the search path is not the "C:\Program Files" but the "C:\Program Files\ComPlus Applications".I know I can use F3 ,but I feel it is unreasonable that the Q-Dir search the first folder when I have no select. I hope you can give consideration.
How do you change the fonts for the tree-view and the list-view?
Thank you for responding to my email. I read the FAQ before I emailed you asking my questions. The FAQ does not address my question. Right now in the tree-view the font is aerial, while in the list-view the font is tahoma. I would like both the tree-view and the list-view to be the same font - tahoma. How can I do this?
Now, on the version 3.45, we can display multiple explorer panels
In the form of tiles in the main window, but it would be nice to be able to have several explorer panels organized in tabs. So we could have one instance of Q-Dir in the task bar, and different full-framed explorer panels in several tabs.
I would like to ask you to add Hebrew support
First of all I want to mark that this program is very useful and I distribute it amongst my friends.
Replaced every other file manager
I love your file manager Q-Dir, it's replaced every other file manager I have ever used, and it would be perfect if I could disable the click sound it makes on navigation
AUTO save view mode and organize methods for individual folders
Single Pane! - AUTO save view mode and organize methods for individual folders (including show in groups, auto-organize and aline to grid) - Keep this options for the next time the program runs!