You can set different View options for the upper tree and lower tree when
you have two folder tree windows (Window, Two Trees enabled). Use the Upper
and Lower tabs to move to the property page for the upper tree and lower
tree respectively. If you have only one folder tree available (Window,
One Tree enabled), then set options for this tree as upper tree options.
Any lower tree options you set at this time will apply to the lower tree
if you subsequently enable two trees.
You can choose to see Short or Long format file information in your file
lists. The short format lists only filenames; the long format lists the
file name, size, date and time of creation or last modification, and the
file attributes (for local files) or authorization access rights (UNIX
files). You can disable the file list column headers (Name, Size, Modified
On, and Attributes) for the upper and lower file lists. To disable/enable
the display of the headers, click on Column Headers. When display is enabled
(as it is by default), a check mark appears to the left of the item.
It is possible to display All the files in a given folder or to get a Partial
view of the folder contents by displaying only those files whose names
match certain patterns. In this case you need to enter the required wildcard
pattern(s) in the Wildcard(s) for partial display text box.
For example if you wish to view only those files with names that start
with the letters “f_” and extensions that start with “p”, you would enter:
You can choose to display local file and folder names in lower case by
checking Lower case display (Local).