#52 "back" does not preserve the cursor position


Steps to reproduce the bug:

1-- You are navigating with the keyboard.
2-- Move the cursor to a directory, either with the <arrows> or by typing the first letters of the item.
3-- <Enter> the directory.
4-- Move the cursor to another item.
4-- Go back, with <backspace> or <alt-left>.
5-- The previous cursor position of the original directory is not preserved.
6-- Go to that subdirectory again.
7-- The previous cursor position of the subdirectory was also not preserved.

Suggestion on how to fix:

1-- Keep the cursor positions of each directory in the history (those that appear in the menus of the back and forward toolbar buttons).
2-- When entering a directory, if there is a saved cursor position, set it.


  • Rodolfo Borges

    Rodolfo Borges - 2008-02-15
    • priority: 5 --> 4
  • PCMan

    PCMan - 2010-02-28
    • assigned_to: nobody --> pcmanx
    • status: open --> closed

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