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by cheshi_mantu
13.05.2020, 18:04
Forum: Bug reports
Topic: x64 donor 819 - favorites shortcut creates new redundant tab
Replies: 1
Views: 688

x64 donor 819 - favorites shortcut creates new redundant tab

Hello there, faced strange behaviour after updating to the newest version 819 today: On previous version, when you use a shortcut to jump to one of the folders saved as favourite (e.g. Ctrl+Shift+1) FC was just jumping to the saved directory. Now, the bahaviour changed, and instead of just jumping t...
by cheshi_mantu
01.01.2014, 19:28
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Fast level up moving
Replies: 3
Views: 5006

Re: Fast level up moving

joby_toss wrote:You can Add/Change hotkeys in Tools-> Define keyboard shortcuts menu:

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Ah, I missed this menu item, was searching in settings menu.
Thanks.
by cheshi_mantu
01.01.2014, 19:24
Forum: Feature Requests
Topic: Fast cursor moving to top of folder and bottom of folder
Replies: 3
Views: 4089

Re: Fast cursor moving to top of folder and bottom of folder

The deal here is human engineering not intuitiveness. Download far and try to use arrows instead of home end pgdn pgup you will understand what I'm talking about. In any new file manager after several years of using far commander I'm trying to use right left arrows to scroll pages. http://img.lepros...
by cheshi_mantu
01.01.2014, 07:48
Forum: Feature Requests
Topic: Fast cursor moving to top of folder and bottom of folder
Replies: 3
Views: 4089

Fast cursor moving to top of folder and bottom of folder

Hi Could you please make the following functionality that is used in Far commander and which is very useful: by pressing left/right arrow the cursor is moved to the beginning of the visible file list or to the end of the currently visible list of files. Currently it's done by pressing PgUp and PgDn ...
by cheshi_mantu
01.01.2014, 07:42
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Fast level up moving
Replies: 3
Views: 5006

Fast level up moving

One of fuctionalities i miss here: hotkey for fast chanding of current directory to one level up. I.e. we are here: C:\Level_1\Level_2 and by pressing Ctrl+PgUp program changes active directory to C:\Level_1\ Currently you must move the cursor to upper side of directory and press Enter. Maybe it cou...