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Re: [gcmd-usr] Change location via paste

From: Didster
Subject: Re: [gcmd-usr] Change location via paste
Date: Thu, 17 Apr 2014 09:05:56 +0100

Thanks very much for the repose, Uwe.

I would like to add that as a feature request then - either a method of
directly entering a path or (perhaps easier?) having GCMD default to search
rather than the command window when you type.  Perhaps you could have a key
binding to toggle between activate command window and active file browsing
pane.  If you have ever used the Geany text editor, a bit like that (where
F4 takes you to the inbuilt command terminal and F2 back to the editor

On Thu, Apr 17, 2014 at 6:43 AM, Uwe Scholz <address@hidden> wrote:

> Hi there,
> Didster <address@hidden> schrieb am [Mi, 16.04.2014 21:51]:
> > Hi,
> >
> > Is there anyway in GCMD to paste a location and open it?
> >
> > I am coming to GCMD from nautilus (used to be OK, but as of gnome 3.8 is
> > awful!!!) and also xplorer2 (sadly a windows only app).  In both apps, I
> > have the location "bar" where I can click each sub folder and navigate
> with
> > the mouse but also can switch the location bar into text mode (CTRL+L in
> > nautilus, CTRL+D on Windows) and then manually enter a location.  In my
> > case, I usually always do this from the clipboard, pasting in a location
> > and then enter to naviage.
> >
> > Can the same be done in GCMD?
> Up to now there exists no other flexible way than doing this in the
> command line.
> > I know I can turn on the command window and type "cd some/path" and thats
> > great, but then with that window on, I seem to loose the search function
> > (when I type with a list item selected I would expect it to move to items
> > starting with that letter - but instead the text goes into the cmd
> window.
> >  I find this pretty useless, so have the cmd window off).
> The search function of GCMD can also be reached by pressing
> Ctlr+Alt+Letter while the command line is activated. This might be a
> workaround for you.
> I hope that helps.
> Ciao,
> Uwe
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