Directory Opus was recommended to me in a Windows Userforum when I was asking about a specific file management feature that I am looking for.
I understand that Directory Opus supports Libraries (I don't know if it enhances the Libraries features though) and that it has it's own similar system called Collections. There is one feature which I would need when working with Collections, but I don't know if it's supported. Maybe someone can help me out.
Collections would only be useful for me if I am able to access the files inside a collection directly from another program. For example: Can I place "files" inside a Collection and then access this "folder" from the "open file" dialog inside of another program? Not drag'n'drop or rightclick and do a "open with"! - I need to be able to go File>open>CollectionXY\image.tif right inside any application and see the contents of a collection in the file dialog.
If the answer is Yes, where are the collections located?
In case the answer is no... is it possible to add single files (instead of only whole folders) to Windows libraries with the help of DO?
I hope the question was not confusing... in case it was please let me know and I'll try to make it more clear.