It would be nice if there was a way to make the directory path use forward slashes to display the current directory. This would make it much easier to copy and paste into Linux environments such as Cygwin/Msys/WSL shells where a backslash is the escape character.
I use these environments on a daily basis and this would help ease some pains without affecting anything as forward slashes are valid directory separators in Windows as well.
Tooling in Linux environments or just daily use Windows utilities via the Linux environment has issues with C:\Program Files\Microsoft for example. As the path gets read as C:Program FilesMicrosoft
The issue comes in when you run a native Windows command line tool from a Linux environment, as the tool expects a valid Windows path (meaning /mnt/c/Program Files/ will not work) but the shell environment doesn't like backslashes, so I have to change C:\Program Files\Microsoft to either C:\\Program Files\\Microsoft or C:/Program Files/Microsoft.
Having the option to display / instead of \ would make it much easier when I'm copying a path for a utility that expects a Windows path. Or even an option to display \\ instead of \.
(Though I think a single forward slash is cleaner)
I was mainly just thinking of an optional display change since \/ and \\ are all valid Windows directory separators, not a change to the default. Seems like it could be useful and it still conforms with Windows.
Anyways thanks, I didn't know about that button. I ended up writing a small rust program to monitor the clipboard while dopus is active and automatically convert paths copied to the clipboard instead.