is it possible to have different folder formats for a folder, depending on whether it's in flat view or not? (mixed)
When the folder is in flat view :
Essentially, what I'm trying to do (see diagram below) is to have the "years" folder display only the audio_renders (.wav) files in a chronological way and filter out everything else and display only one audio_render.wav file per parent folder (the "render" folder), all sorted by modification date, for example.
This seems to be possible with wildcards? but I haven't managed to filter out the unwanted (.wav)
coming from the 'datafiles' folder for example, can you help ?
Thank you for answering this question.
The first suggestion was already checked but it doesn't seem to work.
When I click on the button to switch to flat view, the default folder format is always restored, even though I went to the folder format options and saved it while in flat view, am I misunderstanding something?
for the second problem:
I'm not sure what you mean with the quick filter either.
I don't want to delete all the .wav files but only the ones that aren't in the 'render' folders (ideally just want to display the lastest one).
I also kind of wish there was an option to group by modified day instead of month.
I think I understand the problem. It's always beeing restored to the default flat-view format that is set in settings as you said.
So apparently there's not a flat-view folder format that would be specific to a folder path.
So what I was saving was actually the folder path format and not anything related to the flat-view.
It's ok but would that be possible to have ?
2)I managed to set a quickfilter, figured I had to create a script and a button/script add-in
ShowFilterFolders is not doing what i want in flat-view,
but it works in normal view
Showfilterfilename seems kinda unrelated to my request (unless you can filter files by their parent path name somehow ? ) Any other possibility ?
It's cool that it possible to change grouping scheme but I havn't found evaluator code in the documentation to do that (group by day edited), can you provide the script ? I'm guessing it must be short.
While pointing to the documentation is helpful, I would appreciate more specific guidance or examples