Following this suggestion from Carsten.
From Shane Bowman on FP page:
At the moment one can only add folder links. It would be great if there was support for adding browsable directories. Another program called LaunchbarCommander allows this and it’s very efficient. I’m aware that one can add submenus, but there isn’t recursive support, which means a lot of manual labour. My folders are arranged in such a way that adding only one or two directory links will give me quick access to almost all my files.
One thing I don’t like about LC is that you can’t click folder links directly in the recursive menus, only files, which means making a right-click and left click instead of only one left-click.
"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."
This is an old request from FP users that I forgot to copy here.
Let user add/edit these special menus (Settings, CurrentFolders, etc.) as they can do with favorites.
FTP would be a new favorite type.
Two location formats:
Enter password in a dialog box:
With password registered in the location (and in the ini file *in clear text* be cautious)
FTP favorites could be added to groups (see this item).