|18 Mar 2012||#1|
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To specify Explorer view settings in a shortcut -- possible?
For all of my folders, I use the detailed view in Explorer, but for one specific folder I sometimes want to use tiled view. I mean I mostly want to use detailed view, but on some specific occasions I need to use tiled view for that folder.
What I'm hoping is possible is to create a shortcut (e.g. from my Desktop) to that folder, in such a way that the shortcut properties specify which view should be used when the folder is opened using that particular shortcut.
Is that at all possible?
Alternatively, is there a way that a folder can be launched with certain view settings, using e.g. a script or commandline method?
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