You can highlight all file types in the alternative file manager. The solution here in the example is not just for the MP3 file extension!
Color combinations for filtering multiple files are also possible!
Simply via the main menu, Extras, then ... more options .
File types *.xls or *.doc, *.jpg, etc.
1.) ... Color highlighting of MP3 files in Explorer view!
2.) ... Several different file types highlighted in color!
3.) ... If you do not want to use colors of syntax highlighting!
Open the settings via the Main Menu ► Extras ► More Options.
In the Options window, use the tab Colors to simply add a color filter (... see Image-1 Point 1 & 3 )
Set the syntax color for the respective file extension in this example for *.mp3. for MP3 file you can also use all wildcard filter for Example *.mp* this a filter for mp3, mp4, mp5, .... whatever. (... see Image-1 Point 3)
Select the Color for the file highlighting (... see Image-1 Point 4)
Please always use the latest version of ... The Windows File-Manager Q-Dir!
Here in the example different text documents are chained together and assigned to a common color filter. This is very handy as you save time.
Here is the filter *.dok;*.txt;*.rtf; and in the color pink in this case!
You can always add more text document file extensions that should be highlighted with the same color!
Later, if necessary simply *.dok;* txt;*.rtf;*.odt; if you also want to highlight the Open Document text in the same color.
Note: Use "#" for hidden files, or "#DIR" for the folder.
The File Highlighting is also suitable Windows 10 Pro, Enterprise, Home, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows-Server 2016, 2012, 2008, Windows 7 Basic, Professional, Starter, Ultimate
FAQ 6: Updated on: April 12th 2018 20:02