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It's a small matter, but when your product is so basically sound, small matters might get some attention.

It's also not a day-in-day-out task, but it is a task that when it needs to be performed, the developer is already usually under a little pressure, which is probably why he or she is adding SDKs, not as a part of a FlashDevelop upgrade, and not using your AppMan utility.

It is also, I rather imagine, a very easy functional enhancement to add that will not break any existing code or procedure, so it will require little regression testing.

When we are walking down the hierarchy to be able to tell FD where we have installed a new SDK, that piece of your configurator ought to persist the most recently-used directory location from which an SDK was added. Having to start from the host, select the drive, and work down to the directory is tedious, and given the on-going existence of the two different Adobe compilers -- one if you need Flex components, another if you do not -- means that almost everyone performing this configuration task is adding two paths in the same session. It sure would be nice if the dialog opened in the most recently used directory.


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You are using FD4? In FD5 we have new improved browse for folder dialogs that should make things little better. :)


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You can also copy the path in Explorer and paste it in the field instead of using the browse feature.


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