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Old 03-11-2009, 01:26 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by hypronost View Post
Hello,


Additionally, does the Hanlin support folder structures or does the Hanlin display "all" your files in it's root.

Thanks in advance for the help.
Hanlin shows all folders by name in a given directory (except System folders). It shows all files that it recognizes in the current folder. There are some special folders like the recently visited folder that it fakes. Container files (like zip) are also treated as folders. You must traverse the folders one at a time and you must retrace your steps to get back to the top.

Container folders are not as good as regular folders in that book marks and other features are not maintained for files inside a container folder. This should be improved.

A menu item (not a folder) is used to traverse from the internal memory to the SD card. This is good, once you know about it, since you can jump to the other block of memory without having to traverse the hierarchy.

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