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File Browser gives access to the media on the system. One or multiple media (shift-click to multi-select) can be drag&dropped in Preload, Live Editor, Playlist or Layermanager.
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File Browser gives access to the media on the system. One or multiple media (shift-click to multi-select) can be dragged & dropped in Preload, Live Editor, Playlist or Layermanager.
  
 
'''Access the Internal File Browser:''' the Internal File Browser is placed by default on the top right corner of the user interface. It can be opened by clicking on the triangle.'''(A)'''
 
'''Access the Internal File Browser:''' the Internal File Browser is placed by default on the top right corner of the user interface. It can be opened by clicking on the triangle.'''(A)'''
  
'''Move, Resize and Docking:''' the file browser can be moved from its default position by simply click&dragging the window, and can be resized by click&dragging the blue triangle at the bottom right of the item.
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'''Move, Resize and Docking:''' the file browser can be moved from its default position by simply clicking & dragging the window, and can be resized by click&dragging the blue triangle at the bottom right of the item.
  
 
'''Docking Checkbox:''' when selected, the browser will be automatically docked back to the default position when minimized. If not selected the file browser will keep its position even after software new-start. '''(B)'''  
 
'''Docking Checkbox:''' when selected, the browser will be automatically docked back to the default position when minimized. If not selected the file browser will keep its position even after software new-start. '''(B)'''  
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'''Address Bar:''' The address of the current folder. Double-click on the bar to type the desired address. '''(D)'''  
 
'''Address Bar:''' The address of the current folder. Double-click on the bar to type the desired address. '''(D)'''  
  
'''Zoom:''' Zoom in or out in the folder to see thumbnails or just file names and details. Can be changed either by mouse-wheel or by clicking and dragging it. '''(E)'''
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'''Zoom:''' Zoom in or out in the folder to see thumbnails or just file names and details. Can be changed either by mouse-wheel or by clicking & dragging it. '''(E)'''
  
 
'''Reset Zoom:''' Resets the zoom to its default amount. '''(F)'''  
 
'''Reset Zoom:''' Resets the zoom to its default amount. '''(F)'''  

Revision as of 15:24, 14 January 2020

File Browser gives access to the media on the system. One or multiple media (shift-click to multi-select) can be dragged & dropped in Preload, Live Editor, Playlist or Layermanager.

Access the Internal File Browser: the Internal File Browser is placed by default on the top right corner of the user interface. It can be opened by clicking on the triangle.(A)

Move, Resize and Docking: the file browser can be moved from its default position by simply clicking & dragging the window, and can be resized by click&dragging the blue triangle at the bottom right of the item.

Docking Checkbox: when selected, the browser will be automatically docked back to the default position when minimized. If not selected the file browser will keep its position even after software new-start. (B)

This PC: Goes to the root folder of the hard disk, where the drives of the system are. (C)

Address Bar: The address of the current folder. Double-click on the bar to type the desired address. (D)

Zoom: Zoom in or out in the folder to see thumbnails or just file names and details. Can be changed either by mouse-wheel or by clicking & dragging it. (E)

Reset Zoom: Resets the zoom to its default amount. (F)

Reload Directory: Reloads the directory so that the changes to the files are updated. (G)

One Up: Moves to the parent folder of your current position. (H)

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