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Use DirectFolder to Define Favorite Folders In File Open & Save Dialogs

When you save images to or upload images from different folders, it can be a pain to navigate to them – especially when you switch between two or more different folders frequently. In this guide you will learn how to put a simple context menu that will let you select folders that you define.

How Does it Work?

DirectFolder can be used by double clicking any empty area of a file open / save dialog, browse dialogs or Windows explorer. After double clicking, a new context menu will be displayed, showing the folders you pre-defined.

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