I have a hierarchical folder structure that often goes Main Folder>Sub Folder #1> Sub Folder #2> Sub Folder #3>Sub Folder #4 all nested within each other. When I got to the Main Folder in Grid View the first Sub Folder appears in the top row and I double click that and then the second sub-folder appears and the same for SubFolder 3. The breadcrumbs at the top of the window also correctly follow the nesting sequence. But once I get into the 3rd sub folder and double click that, all the images of that folder appear first int he grid and I have to scroll down to the bottom to find the next nested sub folder #4.
The same thing happens with fewer folder, too. Once I am into a folder that contains both images and another sub-folder, the sub folder appears at the end of the grid so I have to scroll through all the images to find it. Please note that in the finder, my sub-folders always start with a space so that they are at the top of the list in the Finder window (as per Mac protocol).
What gives? Is there any way that I can make it happen in Grid View that sub folders appear first int he grid, followed by single images to make navigating easier?
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