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Files for Favorites

First time poster here. Up front: Nothing but digital love for DOpus. Acutally, it's almost annoying how well designed and performing it is. No chance I would accept a buy-out from MS if I were you. Your brainchild is just too precious to sell :grin:

Enough buttering. Coming from (now un-/fortunately discountinued) CubicExplorer which served me well for half a decade, I found your version of file management just the right thing to adopt. Featuring everything - well almost, see below - I expect from a productivity point of view and more. Again, loooaaads of butter there.

The one thing I am missing though is the option to add files to my favourites and not just folders. Maybe there is some other way - I am sure there is - but single file access via Favorites is something I got used to in CubicExplorer. And now I cannot file-manage without it.

Here's the way I used it: Shortcut to my oldschool timetracking excel / word templates and others.

If it is not too much a hassle to implement this, I would be another already more than happy user.
Speaking of user, I will become a paying customer as soon as I have convinced my family & friends that DOpus is an amazing tool worth buying, I will buy a DOpus Pro License package.

Sorry for the chatter. Go do what you do best or enjoy your spare time. Just wanted to put it out there: DOpus is a time-safer! Five :+1: up!

You can do that already using this command (adds all selected files to favorites):

Favorites ADD=nameonly PATH {filepath}

(See How to use buttons and scripts from this forum if you don't know what to do with the command.)

You can also drag folders or files to toolbars (while in Customize mode) to create buttons for them anywhere you want, if you want special buttons in places without having the whole Favorites list there.