From Helge. Similar to the "Add Favorite" QAP feature but each dedicated to one favorite type:
"Add Text Snippet"
"Add Document favorite"
"Add Folder favorite"
Suggestion from Helge.
Right now, when selecting "Add this Folder Express" the favorite is added at the top of the list. Using "Add This Folder", the default entry is at the bottom of the list. I find this a little inconsistent. I would prefer if the favorite is also added at the bottom of the list when using express. Or give us a choice in the settings.
Following this suggestion from Carsten.
From BorisB (#4)
"This wish is going into a more advanced usage direction: It would be nice to have the opportunity to reference external menu configuration files from the QAP settings files. Like this it would be possible to include e.g. a specific submenu folder / file structure which is being dynamically generated externally based e.g. on an XML file database, a database server or any other source from which an external tool would generate a configuration text file meeting the syntax of QAP menu configuration settings. By referencing a file isolated from the main QAP menu settings file there wouldn’t be the risk of conflicts with the QAP GUI settings dialog."
You can use Windows Explorer context menu (right-click menu) to add favorites of any of these three types: folders, documents and applications. In the following example, the user right-clicked the Project Calendar Excel file. The context menu Add File to Quick Access Popup menu will create a favorite for this document.
Quick Access Popup will automatically detect if the selected file is a folder, a document or an application and will create a favorite of the correct type.
Explorer context menus are also available in Total Commander or Directory Opus.
Read the page Explorer Context Menus Help.
Yes. In the Settings window, you can copy favorites of types Folder, Document, Application, Special Folder, Link, FTP and QAP Feature. The Menus and Groups cannot be copied.
To copy a favorite, select it (you can copy only one favorite at a time) and click the Copy button or hit Control-C. Rename the new favorite or select another submenu using the Menu Options tab.