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By: John Gruener     Orlando, Florida  
Date: May 12,2020 at 19:25
In Response to: [Discuss] Rediscovered Alt-Go, how to get back to previous dir ? (Laurent Duchastel)

> Hello,
> Just rediscovered Alt-Go, which is highly practical to jump to a given
> directory from its *.lnk shortcut.
> It allows me to classify projects in my hierarchy, yet to have all
> current ones in a central place.
> Now that I've been using that feature for few days, I wish there could
> be a way to jump back to previous directories (before the jump)
> Is this doable ?

Hi Laurent,

Use Bookmark Navigation (See section 1.3.5).

ZTree automatically keeps a list of the 10 most recent directories into which you entered the File Window. Press F11 to see the list.

Press [ (or Alt-Left) to immediately navigate to the previous directory or File Window, and again to go to the one previous to that, and so on.

Press ] (or Alt-Right) to navigate back to the more recent ones.

I use this constantly to navigate to previous and more recent directories and File Windows. Note that if you're in a File Window it will stay in the File Window mode as you navigate, and even remember if you were previously in a Normal or Branch File Window.

- John


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