The projects list shows all currently available projects. Projects are represented by a thumbnail and information about the project such as the amount of disk space it occupies, and the tags associated with the project.
When more than one project is available, the navigation buttons (1) and (2) can be used to change which project is displayed in the central console. Clicking on a project icon will immediately display that project in the central console.
To search for a particular project (or a project tag), click in the Search box (3) and type the project name. As the search updates, a list of matching projects and tags will appear to the right of the search box. To cancel the search at any time, press the Cancel button (4) or press the Escape key.
As search results appear, a specific project can be selected by clicking on its name (5). This will move the project into the central console and close the search window.
Alternatively, a tag can be selected by clicking on its name (6). This will filter the project list to only display projects with a matching tag.
As the search term is updated, pressing the Enter key at any point will filter the project list to display only those projects whose name matching the search term.
To restore the full list of available projects, either click the Cancel button (4) or delete the search term and press the Enter key.
Projects can be in different states, which are represented using different colours in the project list
|The open project||An accessible project that is not open||A project that hasn't been closed properly. This could indicate an issue with the project files.||A project that cannot be accessed, for example because the disk where it is stored is not mounted.|
If PFTrack was not closed cleanly using the Exit button at the top-right of the Workspace window, the a project may be displayed with the Caution icon. Opening such a project will display a warning message indicating the project file is locked.
To remove the lock file and continue opening the project, click the Continue button, or to abort opening the project click the Cancel button.
Default keyboard shortcuts
|Move to next project||Left|
|Move to previous project||Right|