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tiger4956

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Set Location Window to Current Folder?
« on: 2017-02-25 13:21:06 »
I often use a file browser such as Windows Explorer to open images.  ThumbsPlus is the default program for all images.  Double-Clicking a jpeg in Windows Explorer will start ThumbsPlus and display the jpeg, but the ThumbsPlus Loacation Tree is stuck on the last opened folder.

Is there a way to make ThumbsPlus open to the directory that contains the image file I'm viewing?

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Set Location Window to Current Folder?
« Reply #1 on: 2017-02-25 23:32:25 »
> Is there a way to make ThumbsPlus open to the directory that contains the image file I'm viewing?

No, but when you're in the viewer, you can press Ctrl-G to go to the folder of the current image (or from the menu, use File | Go to folder).

With older versions of ThumbsPlus, when you launched them by opening an image, or when you dragged-and-dropped an image or folder onto them, they would go to the folder automatically. Versions 8 and higher no longer do so and you have to do it manually.
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