e.g. "c:\data\temp\2019\09\20\" for files made today
I tried to make an entry in the directory hotlist with this command (which works in a CMD session):
it looks like environment variables are not used at all, or the command need to be tweaked (escape characters).
Try this - make this command in your usercmd.ini file:
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[em_opendatefolder] cmd=%COMSPEC% /C param=Start "" %%COMMANDER_EXE%% /O /S /L="c:\data\temp\%%date:~6,4%%\%%date:~3,2%%\%%date:~0,2%%" iconic=1
You can also use em_opendatefolder in a Button on the buttonbar or assign it to a Keyboard shortcut or use it in the Start menu or the Main menu, and use it on the command line.
Unfortunately the /S parameter is not supported when used in the directory hotlist - so the dir is always opened in the left panel, not the source panel. It works OK in Buttons, Start menu and Command line - just not in Directory hotlist.