This allows you to change the defaults of the Go To menu. You can set the Go To menu properties to show a trail of the directory paths you last visited, and you can set up special paths to directories that you visit often. The Go To menu has several sections divided by spaces. Typically, you see a default label for home (a label for your home directory pathname), application specific defaults that include Waste and Folder View, then the paths to the directories you last visited.
Use Pathname and the Add Item button to add another pathname to the default Go To menu. This can be in addition to your home directory pathname. If you add a pathname without a label, then the entire pathname is displayed in the Go To menu.
Use Menu Label to create a new name for the specified pathname. You can add it to the Go To Menu Items scrolling list. This is useful if the pathname specified is long.
Use the Edit button to cut; copy; paste--an item before, after, on top or on bottom of another item; delete an item in the Go To Menu Items default scrolling list.
Use Display: Folders to indicate how many of the last folders visited should display by default in the Go To menu.