How to select multiple files ?

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2008-10-28
2013-04-24
  • Raymond Calbuth

    Raymond Calbuth - 2008-10-28

    Hi !
    I am discovering Tux Commander and I already like it very much.
    I just want to know if it is possible to select multiple files, without using the Select Group ou Select all commands - just in the same way as others file managers, by using for example Shift-clic or Ctrl-clic, or Shift-arrow up/down... Is it possible, and how ?
    Thank you for the help.

     
    • Raymond Calbuth

      Raymond Calbuth - 2008-10-28

      Hi again.
      I have found the solution : the magic key is the Insert one.

      Suggestion : why not include a reference card in the Help Menu, showing all the shortcuts ?

       
      • Tomas Bzatek

        Tomas Bzatek - 2008-10-28

        That "reference card" is available at http://tuxcmd.sourceforge.net/description.php

        Selecting files by mouse is not implemented yet, but it's planned to be done during panel widget rewrite.

         
    • Nobody/Anonymous

      It'd be nice if we could select files using the up/down cursor keys while holding the shift key down; that seems to be available in every other file manager.

       

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