I recently found a very useful purpose for my toolbar. This toolbar really shines when I remote desktop into windows from my android tablet. I use an app called Splashtop HD. It has a trackpad feature which makes it very easy to select files and folders from my toolbar just like a mouse. I also use an app called Rapfox ftp server. I can simultaneously run the ftp server and Splashtop on my tablet without a problem. You can utilize Directory Opus's FTP functionality. Quickly upload or download tv shows, pictures all from the comfort of your android tablet.
Problem: I find it very disorienting to go into a another folder with the filter still turned on while searching for files. My android tablet has a terrible keyboard which takes up too much screen space. I do not want to use a hotkey to turn the filter on and off. The trackpad is kind of slow, so I don't really want to use a button either.
Solution: I wish there was some command I could use to clear the toggled filters automatically on directory change.
Here is a sample code of my toolbar
Set HIDEFILTERFOLDERS ~(A*)
Set HIDEFILTERFILENAME ~(A*)
with partial matching turned off. That does work for my toolbar... However, it's not very practical because you cannot use the quick filter for anything else. It completely destroys the point of even having a quick filter command for me.