Shortcut for "Move to Global Folder"

Thanks for this helpful software! It would be nice to have an option where a shortcut could be created instead of the context menu item "Move to Global Folder".

Dear Sir:

"Move current file to _Rejected subfolder" shortcut: Ctrl+Shift+Del(Windows) ⇧⌘⌫ (Shift+Command+Delete, MacOS)
To change the shortcut, or to assign an additional shortcut, please use Shortcut Editor (FastRawViewer Manual, "Setting the Keyboard Shortcuts", page 189)

For your convenience, FastRawViewer Manual comes with the installation (main Menu - Help - "PDF Manual") and is fully searchable. You can also download it separately from - direct link is

For this to work with global folder for rejected files, please make sure that "Use global rejected files folder" is checked (FastRawViewer Preferences - "File Handling" - "Copy/Move/Reject" section.

To start Shortcut editor, please press Ctrl+K (Windows) ⌘K (Command+K, MacOS)

With Ctrl + Shift + Del only one image is moved to the Rejected Global Folder. If I right-click the context menu with the "Move to Global Folder" command, I can move several. Changing the keyboard shortcuts is not the problem.Thank you for your ultrafast answer.

Dear Sir:

In single file view mode the in-focus file is the file which is displayed in the main window. This file will be the target of the operation.

If you have enabled "Single file keys works for multiple..." in Preferences – Interface – Grid/Filmstrip and "Selected group" in the drop-down below, you can press G to go to the Grid mode and use the shortcut to move all selected files to "rejected" folder. You can read more about it in the Manual, starting at page 59, "Program menus/hotkeys".

Thank you very much, I can handle it! The manual is extensive but my English skills are poor. I will buy the software afterwards.

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