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Author Topic: Show both folders and favorites at the same time in windows explorer?  (Read 1576 times)

sri

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Is it possible to have both folders and favorites shown one below the other to the left side in windows explorer?

If the above question is not clear, pls read this:

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[13:43] <srikat> is it possible to view folders and favorites both one below the other in windows explorer?
[13:46] <app> what do you mean?
[13:47] <srikat> do you have WE open?
[13:47] <app> yes
[13:47] <srikat> is 'folders' selected in the toolbar?
[13:48] <app> you want it to be?
[13:48] <srikat> ya, for once just select it
[13:48] <app> ok
[13:48] <srikat> now press ctrl+I
[13:48] <app> L?
[13:48] <app> or i?
[13:49] <srikat> i
[13:49] <srikat> notice how favorites are shown in the left and folders are gone
[13:49] <srikat> I want to view both folders and favorites at the same time
[13:49] <srikat> one beneath the other
[13:49] <srikat> do you know if it's possible?
[13:49] <app> so you want that as a split panel?
[13:49] <srikat> yes
[13:50] <app> maybe back in 9x...but i don't think in 2k+
[13:50] <srikat> what a pity
[13:50] <srikat> I'll post in the forum to see if anyone knows
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I can't remember a "favorites" in WE in any previous versions of windows, but in Vista it seems to be the default behavior.