Shorten pull down choices of file extension when opening file

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2 months 2 weeks ago #997 by Pascale R.
I would love to be able to hide all the file extensions that I don't have/use Typically, I only use EMB, DST and PES so going through this list when I open a DST file is tedious.

I would love to be able to either
1. Add most commonly used formats to top of list
2. Hide unused formats
3. I just discovered that I can type "T" inside the list to get to Tajima (.TBF), which is right above the (.DST) format that I need. That at least helps the process :)
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2 months 2 weeks ago #1000 by antony
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2 months 2 weeks ago #1023 by delfius
There's a much easier way to open DST file (or PES) - select "All Embroidery Files" (3rd from the top) and open any EMB, DST, or PES file without needing to find the specific file types in that gigantic list. :)

Or, if I'm looking for a file of a specific extension, say PES, I'll just type *.PES into the "Filename:" text field, and ES will automatically select the corresponding file type.
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2 months 1 week ago #1032 by Pascale R.

delfius wrote: There's a much easier way to open DST file (or PES) - select "All Embroidery Files" (3rd from the top) and open any EMB, DST, or PES file without needing to find the specific file types in that gigantic list.:)

I feel rather silly - Such a simple thing to do, yet I managed to have overlooked this!

deflfius wrote: Or, if I'm looking for a file of a specific extension, say PES, I'll just type *.PES into the "Filename:" text field, and ES will automatically select the corresponding file type.

That is a neat technique! Thank you!
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