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Is there a quick way to show folder of photo?

ralf11

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While browsing or searching by using the metadata picks, is there a quick way to show the folder a photo is contained in?

I don't really want to Go to Folder.
 

Hal P Anderson

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You can make Folder one of the fields that get shown in Loupe View. Menu item View->View options... Go to the Loupe View tab.
 

LouieSherwin

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Also in the Loupe and Grid view the Default metadata display has the "Folder" field. If you hover the mouse over the value it will display the complete path to the folder that contains that image

-louie
 
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