I've searched the forum but couldn't come up with any answer for this. Well, if the answer already please pardon me for double post.
I'm using Opus on two different PCs. When I label a folder, let's RED on one PC, I'd think or wish that since the drive that the files are located in, are actually networked then Opus on both PCs would see the same label color. However, that's not the case. Which makes it a bit counter productive because the point of labeling the folder, it's for a user to be able to pin point it anywhere by the same visual coding characteristic.
So, is the fault on me, not knowing how to set Opus to read the same label on both PCs or Opus literally doesn't have the label feature networked?
Thanks for answering but I don't think your answer cover my question though (at least not in detail). I know how to put filters, label and keyword on a folder in DOpus. The problem is, when I customize PC1, PC2 doesn't replicate these changes. Example, If I have "My Documents" folder labeled red in PC1, when I navigate that same "My Documents" folder in PC2, the folder is at its regular default state, no changes. If DOpus can replicate these changes over the network between two PCs, what is the procedure? Is there a specific setting that both DOpus copies got to be on, for that to work?
Like I point, it makes no sense to have DOpus running on two PCs and the changes of folders Label doesn't reflect on the other. If I manually customize 100 folders on PC1 and DOpus can't replicate the changes over the network, then I have to manually customize the same 100 folders on PC2?
Do you try what's I say?
Add keyword "red" to networked folder, create new label filter in both PC with keyword "red" to display it in "red".
So in PC1, if folder have "red" keyword, it's display in red, and in PC2 too.