Find my file among my FRW files in left col

Hi,

How can I find my file “XYZ [Master1]” among my FRW files in the left column in the FRW UI (Site view).

There are about 40 - 50 files some of them in folders, it’s just so tedious not to be able to spot them easily.

(Or am I missing something obvious here?)

/ bw
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Hi Omar,

Unless I am missing something here:

Look at the top of ‘the left column’ in the ‘Masters pages’ folder and you can see the masters file/s listed there, also clicking on the ‘Master’ tab at the top of the page (just under the Toolbar) will take you to that page Master file.

HTH

On Sep 1, 2012, at 10:6 PM, OmarKN wrote:

Hi,

How can I find my file “XYZ [Master1]” among my FRW files in the left column in the FRW UI (Site view).

There are about 40 - 50 files some of them in folders, it’s just so tedious not to be able to spot them easily.

(Or am I missing something obvious here?)

/ bw
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Thank you Mike,

Yes I can “see” my files in the left column, incl. Master pages.

However I do have many files on the site, so the list of files is quite long, some are nested in folders, some are below the window corner (have to be scrolled) and I don’t always remember where a certain file is.

Therefore I thought some kind of FIND FILE within FRW would be useful, but doesn’t seem to be any at the moment!

/bw
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On 2 Sep 2012, at 08:25, OmarKN wrote:

Therefore I thought some kind of FIND FILE within FRW would be useful, but doesn’t seem to be any at the moment!

I believe you can add label colours to folders and pages in the Site panel, as you can in the Finder.

Would that help?

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Again this is really about file/site organisation - if you have created a structured site you should be aware where each individual page appears in the file/folder hierarchy.

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Just to add to this I find that I sometimes have to visit an online site search page (hidden from Joe Public) where I can find the online version and the path to that will tell me which folder that file is nested in.

I use this method to find example pages I have created when I cant remember where I have put them. It doesn’t really happen for client’s sites.

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I use this method to find example pages I have created when I cant remember where I have put them.

Just used this method to find an example for another FW poster!

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Thank you, this is none-the-less a work-around !

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If you find that a lot of the page titles are similar or all start with the same site name (for example) you can use the Retitle Page Action (http://www.freewayactions.com/product.php?id=014) to help. Simply give the pages logical names that you can easily find in the site panel (home, office, work, etc) and add the real titles using the page Action. When published the Action will update the page titles with the ones you specify in the Action interface.
This should help.
Regards,
Tim.

On 1 Sep 2012, at 21:06, OmarKN wrote:

There are about 40 - 50 files some of them in folders, it’s just so tedious not to be able to spot them easily.


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