What is the proper (preferred) sequence of clicks and/or keyboard clicks, to open a tracker panel at a specific file location, assuming no icon to the location is visible? I would like to master the built-in tracker tool because of its unique features, in addition to any advice users may want to give about further software to be installed like a more complicated file browser tool.
- To get to a folder that doesn’t have a link on the Desktop etc., I prefer to use Drill-down navigation.
- With Type-ahead filtering activated, it’s easy to find a file/folder and navigate down with OPT+ALT+CursorDown.
- I have the folder
~/config/settings/deskbar/menuand named it “_Favorites”. It’ll appear above “Applications” in the Deskbar. In there, I link all the regularly needed files/folders. It’s also available from all file panels.
Type ahead filtering also works from the file view of tracker itself as well. So you can open a parent folder type the folder name you want and hit enter to open it ( I prefer single window navigation also, I feel multi window is a bit dated).