Excuse the verbosity, for the TL/DR folks the main requests are in bold.
I'm finding that the number of Easel files I am making is FAR outpacing the ease of finding the file in the future. For instance, I have to go back 50 files (5 "next" screens) to find my Halloween cuts, 100 files (10 "next" screens) for my drawer fronts, and much farther for other stuff. I am getting very concerned about making a variety of projects that may be used in the future. I have been considering whether to download and save the G-code in a separate file, but I would prefer to use the most recently optimized G-code in Easel. Just imagine having to use G-code that was made by Easel in June, before the depth-first optimization...
I'm sure it's been requested a few times, but it would be nice if there was a way to file or categorize the Easel projects, such that sorting and finding them would be much easier. It may not have been a problem early on, but with 150+ files I am now finding it to be pretty painful. I don't want to assign numbers to the project names and track them in a binder, since that's also painful and would make me want to go with a different method, such as using a program other than Easel.
Since I can't categorize the files, I am having to assign descriptive names that are often longer than the 20ish characters that are shown. If categories or folders can't be easily assigned, could we possibly have the option to expand the width of the project list window so we can read the full project name? Or maybe even make it open to the width of the longest name in the list?
On a separate note...
Every time I go to open a new Easel window it opens two windows, which automatically adds an Untitled project to my list. Unless I jump on it right away, I find that I have to open that Untitled project later in order to ensure it's blank and not just an early unnamed version of something. For this, I have two requests:
Figure out why it's opening multiple project windows, and kill it.
Add some sort of symbol or indicator showing whether the Untitled project is blank or not. Maybe have it examine the file and color the name red if there is nothing (no lines, circles, etc.) in the file?