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Meh
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Catalog Folder view

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I am currently reviewing my trial version of Aftershot Pro considering transferring from Lightroom. This is my first time I use AfterShot Pro so bare with me.

I have a folder structure build like this:
2015
01
20150116 event
20150119 event
02
20150208 event
03
20150306 event
20150317 event
20150321 event

aso

The only folders with pictures are the folder with events. In Lightroom when I select a month folder, I see all photos stashed in events in that particular month. In AfterShot Pro I only see pictures when I select an event folder. When I don't exactly know when I took a particular picture but I know I took it in March 2015, I select the folder 3 within folder 2015 and I see all photos that I took in March.
Is there a way to make AfterShot show all photos stashed in the subfolders when I select the folder holding these subfolders?

Thanks very much.
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Re: Catalog Folder view

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in "file system" mode you only see the content of one folder - if you import your images into a catalog - and go to catalog view - you see a icon with stack of folders - if you click on it you see the whole folder structure (under the selected one) not only the content of the one you selected
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Re: Catalog Folder view

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Thank you.
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