petermad wrote: ↑2019-07-07, 12:27 UTC
I can only reproduce this using Ctrl+R of F2 to leave branch view.
If I use Ctrl+B
(or cm_DirBranch) it goes to the file under the cursor:
File1 -> File1
File2 -> File2
File3 -> File3
Testet with my every day ini file and with a fresh ini file
Yes, I confirm that. Strange, but I tested the cm_DirBranch command. Now I will know that I should press Ctrl+B rather than Ctrl+R to go to the current file.
What TC actually does when you press F2 or Ctrl+R is that is goes to the parent folder
I don't find it reasonable.
does not exist
What do you mean? If it exists in branch view, it must exist in usual view, too!
I don't consider the case when the file is deleted by some third party app after the branch view is switched on, but before it is switched off. Such case is quite specific, isn't it?
TC tries to place the cursor on the same line number as it was on when you pressed F2
I don't find that reasonable, either.
If the line number the cursor is on, when pressing F2 is higher than the visible number of lines in the file panel, then TC jumps to the root line [..]
The same attitude.
Try and put some more files in parent folder and folder1 - then you can see what I mean
Yes, I can see it; but don't you think that the TC behaviour must be the same with no regard on how many files there are?
Anyway, thank you, petermad
. I will not give the cm_RereadSource command in branch view anymore, as though it is an incorrect command!