• For File Naming, choose elements from the pop-up menus or enter text into the fields. The specified elements and text will be combined to create the new filename.
• For Compatibility, select the operating systems with which you want renamed files to be compatible. The current operating system is selected by default, and you cannot deselect it.
Deleting files Select the file or files you want to delete, and do one of the following: click the Trash button, drag the files to the Trash button '-u, press the Delete key, or choose Delete from the palette menu.
Creating new folders Choose New Folder from the palette menu, type a name, and press Enter (Windows) or Return (Mac OS).
Moving and copying files To move a file, drag it to a different folder; to copy a file, Alt-drag (Windows) or Option-drag (Mac OS) it to a different folder.
Rotating images Select one or more files, and do one of the following: choose a rotation option from the palette menu; click the Rotate button J to rotate the images clockwise by 90 degrees; or Alt-click (Windows) or Option-click (Mac OS) the Rotate button J to rotate the images counter-clockwise by 90 degrees.
Refreshing the view When you rename a file, the order of files in the File Browser is not automatically updated. To refresh the view, choose Refresh Desktop View from the palette menu. Closing and reopening the File Browser also refreshes the view.
Displaying files in the Windows Explorer or Mac OS Finder Choose Reveal Location in Explorer (Windows) or Reveal Location in Finder (Mac OS) from the palette menu.
Purging the cache The cache stores thumbnail and file information to make loading times quicker when you return to a previously viewed folder. To purge the cache and free disk space, choose Purge Cache from the palette menu.
Note: Purging the cache deletes ranking and thumbnail information.
Exporting the cache Exporting the cache allows you to burn a CD without having to generate thumbnails. To export the cache, choose Export Cache from the palette menu. The cache is exported to the current folder in the File Browser.
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