I’m using the latest version of Listary Pro and Directory Opus and am having trouble with the Quick Switch feature when in a Windows library folder.
For example, C:\Users\jeff\Documents\Downloads (which Windows Explorer displays as This PC > Documents > Downloads, and DOpus displays as Libraries > Documents > Downloads)
If I browse to this directory in Windows Explorer (I’ve tested on Windows 10 and 7), I can swap to a FileOpen dialog in, say, MS Word, and the dialog immediately swaps to the correct directory (ie Listary quick switch).
If, however, I do the same thing but using Directory Opus, upon switching to MS Word I get an error message popup:
You can’t open this location using this program.
Please try a different location.
I suspect one factor that might be playing a part here is how DOpus is providing the library path to Listary. If I click in the location bar in DOpus it translates the path to lib://Documents/Downloads rather than C:\Users\jeff\Documents\Downloads (which Windows Explorer does if I do the same thing). Maybe this is what’s passed to Listary which MS Word then doesn’t like?
Any suggestions on how to get this feature working would be greatly appreciated as a lot of my work is done in the Documents library.