In emacs 21 (what I'm use to), ^X-^F would put in the minibuffer the directory path with a final / on the end. Simply hitting return would re-read the file. If you wanted to read the directory, you would backspace and erase the / and then hit return.
In emacs 22, simply hitting return after the ^X-^F reads in the directory. That confuses me a lot. I'm simply not use to it.
Is it possible to revert it back to what emacs 21 did -- maybe a customized option or some variable I can set?
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