Locate at upper directory

would like to have this feature:

double left-click on the blank area to locate at upper directory


press hotkey "ALT+UP" to locate at upper directory (supported by windows explorer)

  1. Set Preferences / File Displays / Mouse / Double-click on file display background to run:

    Go BACK UP

    or similar.

  2. Go to Settings > Customize Toolbars > Keys and you can set up any hotkeys you wish there. The command would be the same, and you would want to create a lister hotkey.

    (Using the default Backspace hotkey seems easier than Alt+Up, though!)

Thanks for yuor help! (so quickly and clearly)

I've got what i want.

by the way, Backspace is not equal to Alt+Up on windows explorer.

Depends which version of Explorer, but yeah, it does something weird in newer versions of Explorer. (Something like: "Go Back if it's a Thursday before 7pm except the 2nd Thursday of each month, and Go Up otherwise." We have no desire to emulate that. :))