How to copy file path in Navigator pane of Catalyst?
Thread poster: tz7
tz7
United States
Local time: 13:40
English to Japanese
Jan 11, 2013

I want to report the location of the file I am working on in a TTK. The file is located at the bottom of the file structure, like Components\Logging\Logging\Properties\Resources.ja.resx.

Is there a good way to copy the file path to the clipboard?


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Alchemy Support
Local time: 18:40
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clarification Jan 17, 2013

Hi Tz7,

I am not quite sure I understand this correctly.

Do you want to build the same folder structure in Catalyst or copy the folder structure form Catalyst?

Thanks and regards,
Jette


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tz7
United States
Local time: 13:40
English to Japanese
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Re: clarification Jan 17, 2013

Hi,

I get a TTK for translation, which has tens of ResX files. Each file is under specific folder structure but they have the same file name.
When I need to explain or ask something regarding one of these ResX files, I have to specify which file I am talking about. So, providing the folder path is the way.
In Windows Explorer, you can copy file path from the Properties dialog or the address bar. I want to do the same in Catalyst as well.


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