1. Ensure compatibility with mouse buttons (backward or forward) in the file directory tree within 'Add Data' window.
2. Add additional options for Folders upon a right click:
Allow Folder Connections or Home Folders to be set within 'Add Data' window--through the right click menu.
Current options for the right click menu are a) Rename and b) Copy Path.
This enhancement would allow for folders to have 2 additional selections available:
This appears to be two separate ideas. Please review the ArcGIS Ideas Submission Guidelines and Statuses to ensure that distinct ideas are submitted separately.
For part 1, can you please provide additional details/example about what you mean by "Ensure compatibility with mouse buttons (backward or forward) in the file directory tree within 'Add Data' window." ?
For part 2, that essentially would be a duplicate request of https://community.esri.com/t5/arcgis-pro-ideas/add-ability-to-set-default-geodatabase-in-output/idi-... That idea asks about adding the ability to set the default geodatabase when in a file browser, while you are asking for additional capabilities. I'd recommend adding your vote to that idea and commenting on what you would like to see in the context menu.
Excellent @KoryKramer, I went ahead and edited the title and the post to only focus on the mouse shortcut support in the 'Add Data' window.
It's a common feature in 'File Explorer' in the Windows OS where:
It would be fantastic if these hardware buttons could be ready out of the box for use in the 'Add Data' window for navigation.
These hardware buttons are common on a plethora of mouse models, and I'm sure it could find great use if implemented as a feature in ArcGIS Pro's 'Add Data' window.
Thanks for the clarification and cleaning up the idea @ConnerSchaak
I admittedly don't use those buttons but once you explained it I switched over to another mouse that I have and see what you're saying!
The idea is Open again.
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