I am currently testing Opus 12.26 Pro on Win 10 Pro x64 and the behavior of some of the tabs raises the question:
Is that intentional or a bug or can it be configured?
(I already searched but couldn't find anything about it)
If Opus is minimized or running as window/full screen and I'm using a folder/drive shortcut that's already open as a tab, the focus is set to the appropriate tab - that's fine. But if Opus only runs in the systray or not at all and I use a folder/drive shortcut that already exists as a tab, Opus still opens a new tab with that path, so I have then the same tab open twice. I have already set that the lister used last is always used.
I have locked multiple tabs with folder navigation allowed. If I have navigated to subfolders and restarted Opus, all registers are reset to the "locked" path - this fits and corresponds to the desired behavior. However, the tabs are also reset if you navigate to a subfolder, open a subfolder in a new tab and then close this new tab again. (The focus then changes back to the original tab, which apparently simulates a mouse left click - at least that also causes a reset to the home path)
When I use a folder/drive shortcut, this path is opened in any pane (dual view mode - I'm guessing the pane that was last in focus) opens the path.
Is it possible to somehow configure in which pane new tabs should be opened? Or generally which pane has the focus when opening Opus?
Is it also possible to lock a tab and only allow navigation in subfolders? In my opinion, it would make more sense than allowing general navigation.