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JimL
post Jun 21 2009, 10:37 AM
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Is there any chance that the directory tree in the left pane could shift to the right when a click brings up a deeper level? That is, any newly displayed sub-directory would appear within the pane. Or at least any + marks would.

As it is, when near the edge of the pane, clicking the + mark on a sub-directory always displays the deeper level to the right outside the pane - at least it does here.

I suppose an alternative would be to do as some mail or news programs do - have a single click that opens the tree pane into the whole screen (a second click would return it).

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post Jun 22 2009, 08:59 AM
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QUOTE (JimL @ Jun 21 2009, 11:37 AM) *
Is there any chance that the directory tree in the left pane could shift to the right when a click brings up a deeper level? That is, any newly displayed sub-directory would appear within the pane. Or at least any + marks would.

As it is, when near the edge of the pane, clicking the + mark on a sub-directory always displays the deeper level to the right outside the pane - at least it does here.

I suppose an alternative would be to do as some mail or news programs do - have a single click that opens the tree pane into the whole screen (a second click would return it).

JimL


Did you notice that you can resize the left pane by dragging the split bar?

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