On Wednesday 08 March 2006 09:17, wwp wrote:
> the shell is already running a command.. No, it's not!
> BTW, there's another one around the current directory. Say that you're
> in A/, do something in command-line, change dir to B/, switch panels
> off then on, you're back to A/, whatever the command-line "something"
> you did before is still running or not. I suppose that's related to the
> issue above, and feel desperate about this one too :-).
Yep, I'm also a long time and heavy user of mc and both of these really
infuriate me. I'm not sure which is worse, but I think the 'sticky'
directory one gets me the most. I've lost count of the number of times
I've switched to the subshell, typed a command and then found I was not
in the directory of the panel I was just viewing.
I guess it is all the more infuriating because mc is just such a wonderful
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