Hello there! First time posting
I'd like to have a keyboard shortcut (ideally CTRL+ENTER) that gets me to the target folder when I use it on a shortcut file. I can do that in the left-click menu ("Open target's folder") but I'd like to skip that step.
I found something for my problem on this website, but the tidbit of text that I want.. well I can't see it on any of my devices, for an unknown reason.
Can anyone help me?
I've fixed the linked post. An update to the forum software broke a lot of the old posts which use code tags, unfortunately.
For your question:
Select Settings > Customize Toolbars, then click the Keys tab.
Make a new Lister Hotkey:
Click the arrow on the right of the hotkey field to open a menu for special keys like Enter. Hold Ctrl and click Enter in the menu to set the hotkey to Ctrl+Enter.
Set the command to:
Go NEWTAB OPENCONTAINER=target
NEWTAB if you want it to change folders in the existing tab.)
Finally, click OK in the Command Editor, and then click OK in the Customize window.
Would it be ok to make it a system wide hotkey if I want to be able to use it on desktop?
It wouldn’t work outside of Opus.
Just tried and realized that
It definitely worked, but it also 'submitted' this post cause you know... ctrl + enter.
I played around for a while, using AutoHotkey script to perform some DOpus operations:
>^g:: ;Right Ctrl+G
Filepath := Clipboard
Clipboard := ""
EXT := SubStr(Filepath , -3)
if(EXT == ".lnk")
run, C:\Program Files\GPSoftware\Directory Opus\dopusrt.exe /cmd Go "%Filepath%" NEWTAB OPENCONTAINER=target
Filepath := ""
EXT := ""