Opened 11 months ago
allow "download to" dialogue to remember settings
|Reported by:||Susan Semadeni||Owned by:|
|Keywords:||download to, settings, remember, search, F3, remote directory, flatten path structure, queueing||Cc:||Susan Semadeni|
|Component version:||3.58.0||Operating system type:||Windows|
|Operating system version:||Windows 11|
I frequently use the search function to find a specific file and download to the local folder I am working in, then 5 minutes later, search for another unrelated file and download to the same folder. There is no function to just...DOWNLOAD straight from the search window like there is if I were just perusing the remote directory. It prompts a "Download to:" dialogue every time. But within a single day that I am working, 99% of the time, this is the same folder, and I have the same requirements of the path structure and queueing. I just want it downloaded *now* with a flat structure. But it never remembers my settings, and as near as I can find, there is no option to make it remember.
If I knew already which remote folder the file I need was in, I could just sort through the list there, hit Return, and it would download, but it could be in one of several folders, and I rarely know which I'll find it in. Just an option to remember preferences would be an incredible help. Thanks.