Keith Roberts wrote:
> On Fri, 19 Oct 2007, Reynir Stefansson wrote:
>> To: [email protected]
>> From: Reynir Stefansson <[email protected]>
>> Subject: Re: Locking directory panes while cd'ing
>> Thus spake Keith Roberts <[email protected]>:
>>> Hi. Is it possible to have a button that would allow one to
>>> lock directory panes while cd'ing to a new directory tree,
>>> then toggle the button again to unlock the panes please,
>>> once both directory panes are at the required location?
>> Have you tried Alt-O or Alt-I to synchronise the panes? I think that's
>> logically compatible with your request.
>> Reynir H. Stefánsson ([email protected])
> Thankyou for pointing that out Reynir. That is exactly what I need. I
> guess I need to read the full manual?
> From the F1 online help:
> Contents->Keys->Directory Panels
> Alt-i make the current directory of the current panel
> also the current directory of the other panel.
> Put the other panel to the listing mode if
> needed. If the current panel is panelized, the
> other panel doesn't become panelized.
> Kind Regards
I'm using debian/sid and I usually start mc inside a gnome-terminal.
Alt-o works but not Alt-i. I'm just curious. I want to understand why.
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