I use direct folders to quickly access my latest projects. However when i go to save a new file and i double click and select a folder via direct folders, notepad++ gives me the following message;
Which is the folder i have selected in direct folders.
Is there anyway around this? Some setting maybe?
Daniel Fuchs last edited by
Please elaborate what a “direct folder” is? Do you mean links or junctions?
Direct folders is a pop-up utility that allows you to navigate to the most recent folders or a predefined folder
To me it sounds like an effect from a setting in an older version of Notepad++ that isn’t present in recent versions, so I’m guessing it would not manifest a problem like you are seeing. Can you provide your Debug Info from the
?menu in the menu bar?
I have updated reently and it does appear to be working. I will make sure i record the Debug Info if it occurs in the future.
Thanks you for your help
I will make sure i record the Debug Info if it occurs in the future
Just to clarify here, you don’t record the “Debug Info”.
Debug Info is a popup you invoke that has text describing things about your install of Notepad++; version #, operating system, what plugins you have, etc. There’s an option to copy it to the clipboard for pasting somewhere useful, like into a posting here.
As I mentioned before Debug Info is found on the ? menu, on the far right of Notepad++'s menu bar. Traditional applications call this menu the “Help” menu, but N++ chose to call it ?.
Very sorry here’s the debug info
Notepad++ v7.9.5 (32-bit)
Build time : Mar 21 2021 - 02:09:07
Path : C:\Program Files (x86)\Notepad++\notepad++.exe
Admin mode : OFF
Local Conf mode : OFF
OS Name : Windows 10 Home (64-bit)
OS Version : 2009
OS Build : 19042.867
Current ANSI codepage : 1252
Plugins : CodeAlignmentNpp.dll DSpellCheck.dll LocationNavigate.dll mimeTools.dll NppConverter.dll NppExec.dll NppExport.dll NppTextFX.dll
Given your earlier comment of:
I have updated reently and it does appear to be working.
It wasn’t really necessary for you to provide Debug Info now (since your issue is solved).
I was just attempting to clarify what was meant by it, since your earlier reply seemed to indicate you didn’t know what it was.
I thought so. Thanks for your help yet again.