Currently, QAP triggers exclusion list is checked for apps main window (by their name or class name - see Can I block the QAP menu trigger (middle mouse button) if it interfere with one of my other apps?). QAP triggers exclusion list is not applied to app's dialog boxes ("child" windows).
There is a request for the QAP exclusion list to be check not only the current window name/class but also, if it current window is a dialog box (class name "#32770"), to this window's parent window.
See this thread.
Find a solution to the issue with the “Select Folder” dialog box with tree view (aka "Brouwse for folder") caused by a Windows limitation (Edit1 control not handling the Enter as other file dialog boxes).
More info on this issue:
The QAP Features Add This Folder and Add This Folder Express allows to quickly add the current folder to your menu. This feature can be called in Explorer windows or in file dialog box windows (if this option is enabled). When you are in the folder that you want to add to your menu, select one of these features.
- If you choose Add This Folder, in the Add Favorite dialog box, enter the menu name of this new favorite and select the desired options in the various tabs.
- If you choose Add this Folder Express, the favorite is instantly added at the top of the main menu with the normal default settings and the folder’s name as menu name. No question asked. If this name is already used, “[!]” is appended to the menu name. If you want to change some settings, open the Settings window.
These QAP Features record the current position of the window in the Window Options tab. Unless you check the Use default window position, this position will be automatically restored when you will open this folder in a new window.
Yes, the main QAP triggers (middle mouse button or Windows+W) can change folders in all software that use the standard Windows file dialog boxes (Open, Save As, etc.). Most software do.
However, this feature must be enabled in Options (first tab General, first option of left column).
If you enable this option, you understand that this feature is reserved to "file dialog boxes" (Open, Save As, etc.). If you use it in other types of dialog box, for example a Preferences dialog box, trying to change folder in this dialog box could modify and save values in the dialog box without any notification.
In order to enable Change folders in dialog box, you must confirm in the QAP Options that you understand the consequence of misusing the change folder feature in "non-file dialog boxes" and that you will only use it the proper dialog boxes.
Dialog box are usually identified with a class name "#32770". Some apps use a different In Options, add a list of user-defined dialog boxes supported class names. User could run an app like WinLister to find unusual dialog box class names. One example is PDFSam dialog box class name "SunAwtDialog".