I'm currently working on a project where I've separated the code into two folders which handle two conceptually related but functionally separate sets of tasks. If I sit at a parent folder of the two and add their folders to the path, I can easily view, edit, and run both sets of code at the same time, which is excellent for my workflow.
However, I'm running into issues related to running test cases on my code. I've been navigating to the folder where I want to dump the output and running a script, which works reasonably well and allows me to easily track the effects of changes to my code without needing to rewrite the test set. However, when I'm doing this, I'm effectively blind to all of my code, since all the browser shows me is the contents of the output folder.
Obviously, I can just keep the code open, or I can use the Open interface to navigate to the file that I want. Ideally, though, I'd like to flag a selected folder as the current working folder without collapsing the Current Folder browser onto it, letting me keep my setup there intact regardless of what I'm doing. Is there a way to do this?