Probably don’t want to change defaults. You have to find the folder you want it to go to for a given file. Then if using the mac move the mouse cursor over the folder, then num pad 5 twice, then it will kick you into folder at that point. Then option u to choose the file to upload if it is local. If it’s already in the remote folder and you want to move it over, you have to find the file first, then command x to cut it, or alt x in windows, then go to the folder you want it to go to, then open it with the moving mouse cursor to that specific folder if on the mac then double num pad 5, and I think enter on a windows computer. In your preferences it is probably checked to upload in open folder. Your computer will say “loading” which is the new folder becoming available. There will be a place at least called comma at least. Then do command v or alt v to paste it. If it’s a large file it might take a few seconds, and the wizard may say loading again while it’s transferring, but it won’t take nearly as long as uploading from your local folder which is the computer. Do not do deletes of files you see in your local folders, they will delete them from your computer and they are then gone. Yes I did that so learned it the hard way. Doesn’t do the normal trash dialog. Any locals you want to delete do that outside of the wizard. Also don’t forget refresh is your friend because what you move may not show as being moved for a while until you hit refresh. After you have moved a file, then go to previous folder in history and click that which will take you back to where you were, or click go to home which is your main remote folder. Here’s an example maybe. I create a folder in remote folder called books. I have some James Paterson books. Some are in the remote folder, but I have a new one on computer. So I go to books in remote, move mouse cursor to VO cursor control option command f5. Double click with num pad 5. It says loading. Scroll down with VO keys and down arrow of course, if it still says loading, then back out of interaction, then go right back in there. At that point it should just say comma. If so then back out again, and create a new folder called James patterson. Then interact again and find that new folder, and move mouse cursor again to that point. Double click that. The wizard will say “loading” again. Once the comma is available, then do option u. Files that I usually upload I store in the user folder, seems to upload out of there. So in the dialog I set it to colom view which is how I prefer to view stuff anyway. Then if the Patterson books that are local are in a folder I just go the right, and hold the shift down and arrow down, or do command a to select all once I am lined up on the list of books. The back out of interaction and click okay. Those books will start uploading, and they will be uploading directly into the James Paterson folder itself. Now back in the remote folders, click home folder. Interact and find what Patterson books I already have in there. Hold shift and arrow down however many times there are books, lets say there are 3 of them. VO will likely tell you what you are scrolling and highlighting in your main folder, but just using arrows will not work in sub folders, you have to then use VO keys and arrows. Then command x to cut them. then go find books and move mouse cursor over control option command f5. Double click with num pad 5. Then once loaded, go inside the books folder and find the Patterson folder, and then move mouse cursor to that point again, then double click num pad 5 again and once it says comma, past with command v. It should be done within seconds. Then back out and go home, or go back to books folder or where ever you wish to go. Once the pathway is established in setting p an upload, it’s fixed. You can back out and it will still go to the Paterson folder. So you have filled a sub folder of a sub folder from two different sources. You then don’t have as many things showing in the viewer of either your remote folder, or your books folder and that is a limit that sendsapce does have. Over 1000 items showing and you are apt to get a warning. This is a long explanation, but they don’t make it overly easy, but at least it is now doable with a mac. Maybe it has been for a long time, and nobody figured it out, but I accidentally stumbled right into it. Couldn’t understand why it said “loading” so interacted in and discovered I was in a sub folder. So now am totally reorganizing my sendspace. Am going to seriously put it to use now. As if I didn’t before. Also if you get a folder link, just copy the link, which in Apple Mail just vo shift m and copy link is an option. Then go to wizard, and interact into the first unknown. Paste it into the blank. then click add. You will get an ad folder dialog of course, you can then choose to download the whole thing, or click navigate the folder. At that point you are in their remote folder, not your own, and can get what files you want. Also the double click of num pad 5 will let you see into the sub folders, then get what you want and go back in history. Once you have selected all you want to download, go back to home folder which will be your folder, your remote folder that is. Wizard will keep downloading from their folder with no problem until it’s all done. Now if you have it set to put downloads in your downloads folder, and you say are downloading a file called, Audio-pals, you will see that file in 3 or more parts until the download is complete. Then it will consolidate into just one file. I tell you this incase you have never used the wizard. Now I suspect you will have about 10 more questions. And maybe you are rethinking about sending that huge zip file up there, when you could with just a lift bit of work creat a whole layout in the wizard and have it just send up little .zip files instead. Then if you get interrupted, it is more likely to remember and pick up where it left off. If you upload a folder which you can do that, and it gets cut off before it’s done, you then have the folder showing up there in remote folder, but it isn’t complete. It will also not likely resume if it was a folder upon restarting the wizard. But a string of .zip files will. And actually I think it maybe a little faster because the speeds are more accurate and usually stay up pretty fast most of the time if it’s a string of 50 small .zip files in the upload cue verses a big folder full of files. Okay this e-mail gives you an hour’s worth of reading, and probably about 24 hours worth of confusion. On Aug 5, 2014, at 10:32 AM, Josh <lawdog911@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > The wizard does show me a list of all my remote folders, but I still have not > figured out how to delete nor select a different folder to place the file in > other than the default. I seen on the website the default location, but when > I clicked on it as it indicated I should do nothing happened. > > From: audio-pals-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx > [mailto:audio-pals-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Thomas McMahan > Sent: Tuesday, August 5, 2014 9:43 AM > To: audio-pals@xxxxxxxxxxxxx > Subject: [audio-pals] Re: Send Space > > > On Aug 5, 2014, at 7:45 AM, Josh <lawdog911@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > > Hey Tom do you know how to delete a single folder without having to delete > all the folders that do not contain a file in Send Space?Which computer are > you using first of all? Is this a folder inside of another folder, or just a > folder in your remote folder only? Or just a file in remote folder? One > thing to not forget in navigating with the mac is to mouse over, which is > control, option, command f5 that is supposed to move the mouse cursor over > the specific item that is in the VO cursor. It is very handy for dealing > with wizard. If it is a file inside a sub folder though, you need to go into > the sub folder. Find that folder in remote browser, mouse over, then num pad > 5 twice it will say “loading.” Back out of the interaction, then interact > back in. The first thing should say comma, VO arrow down and there are the > individual files in the folder, find the one you want to delete and mouse > over again just for safety reasons, then delete either using delete key, or > function delete if a laptop keyboard, or control num pad 5 which brings up > the normal VO context menu and delete is an option in there. Yes sendspace > isn’t quite normal so some times you have to do the control click to bring up > the normal VO context menu. That’s probably because it is a remote folder > and is a few layers deep is my suspicion. > > Not sure if any of that actually helps you or not though.