Not a big feature request, but I'd like to have an option to show file extensions, only
when browsing for files. I hope you can somehow distinguish between file browsing and results that come from search folders. I am aware of the 'Result Label Extension' option to show the file extension. However, in normal results I don't need the file extension since I primarily use FARR to launch programs, which are always .lnk, hence making the extension completely obsolete, and not to mention plain ugly.
It was not until today I noticed extensions are hidden in file browsing mode as well. I primarly use this mode to navigate to folders so I am guessing this explains why I did not notice. When I was searching for a file I suddenly saw the extension was missing - which was not very helpful to identify a file I was looking for. So my request is simple: could you somehow allow to show file extensions when file browsing, while hiding them on other searches / results?
~edit | Seeing an option that you named "Switch from Large to Small icons on DirLists" (@ Display Options), I suppose this will not take you very long to implement (as you can cleary distinguish between DirLists and other results)