#445 Ctrl-Shift-N does not preserve directory

closed-fixed
Ming-Ting Wei
lxterminal (52)
5
2012-07-28
2011-12-21
prash
No

If I am in some directory in lxterminal, and I press Ctrl-Shift-N, the new terminal opens to the home directory, and not the directory of the older terminal. I would prefer it if it opens to the same directory as the parent lxterminal... just like Ctrl-Shift-T does. In any case, we could have our window manager keyboard shortcuts assigned to launch a new terminal at the home directory.

At the moment, when I want to launch another terminal from the current directory, I just type "lxterminal" at the current terminal.

Discussion

  • paldepind
    paldepind
    2012-02-12

    I am working on a patch for for this problem!

     
  • Ming-Ting Wei
    Ming-Ting Wei
    2012-07-28

    fixed in cd07fba

     
  • Ming-Ting Wei
    Ming-Ting Wei
    2012-07-28

    • assigned_to: nobody --> medicalwei
    • status: open --> closed-fixed