How to copy path and title of file

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How to copy path and title of file

Post by *ndn » 2018-06-03, 03:21 UTC

Hi Team,

Apologies if obvious. If I have a file selected in a pane, can I copy the path and filename to the clipboard with a single key click or single mouse operation?

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Post by *yyang » 2018-06-03, 03:55 UTC

You can assign a keyboard shortcut to the command cm_CopyFullNamesToClip.
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Post by *ndn » 2018-06-03, 04:38 UTC

Hi Yyang,

Brilliant thank you, just what I wanted

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Post by *petermad » 2018-06-03, 12:04 UTC

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You can also just use the default shortcut: Ctrl+Shift+Enter

For other shortcuts see: Help -> Keyboard -> "Other keys: See command line" (at the bottom).
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Post by *Hacker » 2018-06-03, 12:13 UTC

petermad,
You can also just use the default shortcut: Ctrl+Shift+Enter
That goes to the command line, not the clipboard.

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Post by *Dalai » 2018-06-03, 13:54 UTC

See also the entries in the menu Mark - there are a couple of options already in there.

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Post by *petermad » 2018-06-03, 14:00 UTC

That goes to the command line
You are right - that wasn't what ndn asked for :oops:
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Post by *ndn » 2018-06-04, 23:43 UTC

Hi Team,

Thank you for your responses. I have assigned ctrl-alt-F4 to cm_CopyFullNamesToClip and it works a treat.

The suggested Mark, then Copy Names with Path to Clipboard, does the same with two clicks, but will be useful should I forget the above .

Again my thanks.

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Post by *nn1k3 » 2018-06-06, 05:22 UTC

See also the entries in the menu Mark - there are a couple of options already in there.

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Alt+m, p
will "Copy Names With Path To Clipboard"

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