Steps to recreate the problem (assuming your settings do not automatically load network folders, and Directory Opus defaults to opening the last folder you were looking at last time you used it):
- Go to a network share with Directory Opus.
- Close Directory Opus.
- Open Directory Opus.
- You should see the following message instead of the contents of the folder: This network folder has not been loaded automatically because of your Preferences settings.
- Without clicking the Click here to read the directory blue text, use the hotkey or click the button for creating a new folder.
- Enter any name for a folder and press enter.
- Directory Opus created the folder you requested without loading the network share.
- Nothing should happen
- A warning should appear
- The folder should load upon creating the new folder
As it is, it doesn't seem intuitive to allow performing any kind of modifying action on a directory that isn't visible to you at the moment. It is difficult to tell that you just created a new folder in the obscured directory. This mistake usually arises from having the wrong pane focused in Directory Opus when creating a new folder.