>> Is that new? I thought it always worked like that. My help screen says:
>> Alt-o If the currently selected file is a directory,
>> load that directory on the other panel and moves
>> the selection to the next file.
> Yes, this has always been the intended behavior.
> At some point someone thought this was a bug and changed it to the
> behavior that Anton noticed.
> The idea behind Alt-o is that you can quickly browse a directory (and
> the contents of its children) without loosing your state (selected
> This is useful when cleaning a directory for example. You have tons of
> junk, but you are not quite sure what is in each place, so you Alt-o on
> each one.
I have been meditating on this for a while, and I think I know what bugs
me about the change. It's that the 'new' behaviour is to *always* browse
a different directory, even when I don't want it to.
How about amending the works so that it does this browse thang only when
the selector bar rests on a directory? Surely I'm not the only one
wanting to work with two files in the same directory and finding tabbing
quicker than paging and scrolling back and forth?
Reynir H. Stefánsson ([email protected])
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