favorites list, include the path to the folder?

os: kubuntu 10.04
PhpStorm 2.0Beta
PS-103.8

Is there a way to keep the paths in a favorites list?

/modules/module1
/modules/module2
/modules/module3
/modules/module4
/modules/module5
/skins/skyblue
/skins/grassgreen
/skins/firered
/themes/skyblue
/themes/grassgreen
/themes/firered

Im wanting to work on module#2 and module#3 and the skyblue theme and skin.

If I add the /modules/ folder as a favorite, i get all the modules.

Same if i add the /skins/ and /themes/ folders.  all of the skins and themes are displayed.

Im wanting a way to keep the directory structure as it is in the normal project view, just limit down the amount of stuff displayed.

Right now if i add the skyblue skin and theme they both show up as /skyblue/ in the favorites as the same name.

Is there a setting anywhere wher i could select to keep the relative project folder structure?  so selecting module1 and module2 and skyblue theme and skin would give me:
/modules/module1
/modules/module2
/skins/skyblue
/themes/skyblue

in the  favorites folder.  right now i get
/module1
/module2
/skyblue
/skyblue

thanks

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Found the answer.

The answer is to not use "Favorites" but instead use "Scope".

Defined in:
SETTINGS -> IDE SETTINGS -> EDITOR -> COLORS & FONTS -> SCOPE BASED -> EDIT SCOPES.

Add a new scope with the files that you want to see in the "Project" pane in it.

Then use the down arrow at the top of the Project pane to select the scope that was just created. :)

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