In the settings dialog of our Windows desktop application, the user can type or select a certain (template) file.
If nothing is specified, the application falls back to the default. This is indicated with a watermark.
What would be good/standard UI element that enables the user - once he has entered/selected a filename - to revert his choice and let the application again choose the default?
My current implementation looks like this: as soon as the user has selected/entered a filename, a "hyperlink" appears below the editbox.
But I'm not sure if this fits.
I didn't want to use the word "undo": I'm not keeping a history of previously entered filenames.