This is an intriguing idea and we’re discussing it. In the meantime, here’s some info to keep you going:[list]
[*] You can find out what the current “working” directory is by running the following command:
put the directory
[*] You can set the current working directory with this command:
set the directory to "path/to/my/directory"
 If you haven’t specifically set the working directory, it defaults to the default directory for saving suites.
 You can get the parent directory of a script by asking for its folder (or directory):
put my folder
You could then easily refer to a folder at the same level in the Suite as the Scripts folder with the following code:
put my folder into dataFolder
put "Data" into the last item delimited by "/" of dataFolder
// gives you "/path/to/my/suite/Data"
The dataFolder variable now refers to a folder called Data at the top level of the current Suite.[/list:u]
Thanks for the suggestion. I hope these tips help.