The Editor Doesnt Remember Folder...

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Whenever I go to open a new file in the HTML editor, I always have to start from the My Webs folder and navigate to the site and folder I want to open up the file from.

How can I get the editor to remember the folder of the last file I opened, so that when I want to open another file in that folder I dont have to start from My Webs and navigate to the same folder again?
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That is what you use Website Projects for. It will then always default to the location where your files are.

http://www.coffeecup.com/help/articles/ … ml-editor/

If you don't use projects, there is no option to auto-remember the last location. It will default to your Default Working folder defined under the settings.



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I have the same problem:
Default folders
working /Background Image/sounds
all reset to CoffeeCup Software folder
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Instead of allowing me to type the correct folder in I have to navigate to the folder. Doing this 3 times every startup is time consuming and incredibly frustrating!
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Did you step a Website Project yet?
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Karl, if you are not a friend of projects, you can put all your sites in a folder, with a subfolder for each site. Then you set the Editor to open that 'parent' folder on startup. You still have to navigate into the subfolder you want to work in, but it's only one click away - not several.
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Projects works for me.

Keith

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