Is possible save selected type of file extension view for each folder ?

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Is possible save selected type of file extension view for each folder ?

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If selecting sort by extension all folders will use the same view for file type.
Is possible save an own type of sort for each folder ?
Is an few hard to browse in folders with audio and video having all time to change the type of sort and after returning the previous selected sort type when browsing others folder.
Thanks for reply.

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Re: Is possible save selected type of file extension view for each folder ?

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Hello Aug,
Yes:
Configuration - Options - View Mode
Configuration - Options - Auto Switch Mode

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Re: Is possible save selected type of file extension view for each folder ?

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Thanks for your reply.
Happily an detail possible to configure in Total Commander.

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Re: Is possible save selected type of file extension view for each folder ?

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Here is an example (for images), which you can basically also use for audio and video files.

For video and audio files you could use this plugin: MediaInfo 20.03
This content plugin uses MediaInfo.dll to display various properties
(like duration, bit rate, frame rate or format information) of audio and video files in Total Commander.
Just update MediaInfo dll's from
https://mediaarea.net/en/MediaInfo/Download/Windows [currently at version 20.03 from 3.4.2020]
Grab the 7z archives DLL (Without Installer) and put them in the plugin folder replacing the old DLL's.
You will need to make a copy of the new MediaInfo.dll file and then rename it to MediaInfo64.dll.

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