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See Also: Folder Formats FAQ

[ul][li]Directory Opus Pro:

To make Directory Opus always start in a specific folder:

[ul][li] Turn off Settings -> Preferences / Launching Opus / Default Lister / Update Default Lister automatically when closing a Lister.

[li] Set up a lister window how you want it.

[li] Use Settings -> Set as Default Lister to save that as the default.

[li]If you have modified your configuration to open a Layout (or something else) instead of the Default Lister, change it back under Preferences / Launching Opus.[/li][/ul]

[li]Directory Opus Light:

[ul][li]Go to Settings -> Preferences / File Displays / Options.

[li]Turn on Specify initial folder and select the folder you want.

[li]To control the folder which opens in the second file display, do the same with the similar option below.[/li][/ul][/li][/ul]

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