Please change behaviour of arrow Right/Left keys in Full Mode

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Mightywill
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Please change behaviour of arrow Right/Left keys in Full Mode

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Please change behaviour of arrow kyes in Full mode
Now they open command line which is weird - the better would be to make them act as they do in Brief mode i.e. Left arrow - go to the first item in the list and Right arrow - go to the last item

Thanks!

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Re: Please change behaviour of arrow Right/Left keys in Full Mode

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Mightywill,
wincmd.ini
[Configuration]
SpecialCursorMovement=0 New cursor movement mode. Sum of the following:
1: Left key jumps to first file, right key to last
2: Left key goes one directory up, right key opens directory/archive under cursor.
4: Override horizontal scrollbar in custom columns view. If this option isn't set, the cursor will jump only to the first file if the horizontal scrollbar is already at the leftmost position.
8: Jump one page up/down instead of jumping to the first/last file
HTH
Roman
Mal angenommen, du drückst Strg+F, wählst die FTP-Verbindung (mit gespeichertem Passwort), klickst aber nicht auf Verbinden, sondern fällst tot um.

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Re: Please change behaviour of arrow Right/Left keys in Full Mode

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Hacker wrote:
2019-12-24, 11:04 UTC
Mightywill,
wincmd.ini
[Configuration]
SpecialCursorMovement=0 New cursor movement mode. Sum of the following:
1: Left key jumps to first file, right key to last
2: Left key goes one directory up, right key opens directory/archive under cursor.
4: Override horizontal scrollbar in custom columns view. If this option isn't set, the cursor will jump only to the first file if the horizontal scrollbar is already at the leftmost position.
8: Jump one page up/down instead of jumping to the first/last file
HTH
Roman
nice, thanks!

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