I'm currently using Photoshop CS file browser (on Win XP) to sort out Photos from my recent European trip.
I'm wanting to flag photos I like and then copy these to another folder but I'm finding the process a tad awkard in the Browser.
This is what I do:
1.) Open folder of all my folders so that I can preview and flag them
2.) Once flagged hold down alt to copy them to a new directory.
The problem starts here - I clumsily find the destination folder in the left hand explorer pane (Usually involving several "+" clicks) - but in so doing - this folder can easily become the active folder - which means I have to clumsily navigate back to my original photos folder again - once more with a series of scrolling and clicking steps.
Is there a way to somehow have two folders on display at once - the original photos and the destination folder? (Kind of like having two windows open side by side.)
I've kind of got around it by mapping a drive to shortcut the process...but there must be an easier way?