Also need this option, was not explained correctly in the description.
If there is no such directory the file will be placed in a directory called MISC. Later if i create a directory called PDF's is there an option to check the MISC folder and then sort it to it's new sub-directories.
Need to be able to obviously manage the directoires and extensions from the applications interface.
I own a consulting firm and want to publish this application for my employees to help manage their cluttered desktops.
A folder called "Desktop Intray" is created on the users desktop that has sub-directories.
This directory is called Desktop Intray - the idea is to simply drag files into/onto this directory and have some logic in place that will automatically determine what the file is and what the file extension is and then place the file directly into its corresponding file type or associated file type directory.
Example of file list:
etc.....you get the picture
I will determin the file types and the logic needs to just determine where the file should be placed.
Any files that are arbitory or not common or do not have a common file association, should automatically be placed in a miscellaneous folder.
Not sure if this is possible but it would help cleanup end-user desktops as this is a shared PC environment
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