WF4

Discussion in 'Pro/Engineer & Creo Elements/Pro' started by Jose, Oct 27, 2009.

  1. Jose

    Jose Guest

    I am using WILDFIRE 4 Under the file/open/drawing command a window
    pops up.

    1. In that new window, I see there is no up button to change
    directories to the higher level folder. WHERE DID THAT GO?!
    using the alt key with the up arrow get you there but I want my button
    back if possible.

    2. In the same window, the preview pane is now below the folder list.
    It is horrible to preview is there a way to get it back to the right?

    There are several great improvements in WF4, I am not dogging it.
    Just the drawing open pane.
     
    Jose, Oct 27, 2009
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    Lehnsherr Guest

    Hi, Jose:

    In the 'File Open' window, see up at the very top where it says
    [YourComputerName] > C: > [yourname] ?
    Each of those thingys in the 'path' are actually buttons you can click
    on.
    Click on the 'C:' and it takes you straight to C: root. Furthermore
    you can click on the '>' at the immediate right of each path-part, and
    a dropdown appears with all the immediate subdirectories from that
    location, and you can select the one you want.

    Not like it's cryptic or anything. Somebody had to show me too.

    -Magnus
     
    Lehnsherr, Oct 28, 2009
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    Janes Guest

    Hi, Jose:

    In the 'File Open' window, see up at the very top where it says
    [YourComputerName] > C: > [yourname] ?
    Each of those thingys in the 'path' are actually buttons you can click
    on.
    Click on the 'C:' and it takes you straight to C: root. Furthermore
    you can click on the '>' at the immediate right of each path-part, and
    a dropdown appears with all the immediate subdirectories from that
    location, and you can select the one you want.

    Not like it's cryptic or anything. Somebody had to show me too.

    -Magnus
    Good question. Good answer. Screw Vista!

    David Janes
     
    Janes, Nov 7, 2009
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