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Rename file in copy dialog
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Recently I found myself copying file from one folder to another with pattern:
- open source and destination folders in different panels
- go to the file in source folder
- copy files using f5 -> enter
- tab to get to destination folder and browse the file
- press f2 to rename copied file

I suddenly asked myself why I'm not renaming file directly in copy dialog? That seems to be far more straightforward. And immediately after this questions I've realized that renaming in copy dialog forces me to use cursor arrow to get to the right position at the begging of file name, and that's really sloppy. Renaming with f2 is way better - you have just file name selected and you can start typing new name immediately without deleting extension. So here's a question|idea about copy|pack dialog: select only file name instead of whole file path like this: http://gyazo.nivalnetwork.com/db/671c397...f182b4.png

I hope it's really simple and it's already done, I just need to add new variable to wincmd.ini =)

PS For some reason text formatting is not working =(
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(09-18-2012, 08:27 AM)damat Wrote: Recently I found myself copying file from one folder to another with pattern:
- open source and destination folders in different panels
- go to the file in source folder
- copy files using f5 -> enter
- tab to get to destination folder and browse the file
- press f2 to rename copied file

I suddenly asked myself why I'm not renaming file directly in copy dialog? That seems to be far more straightforward. And immediately after this questions I've realized that renaming in copy dialog forces me to use cursor arrow to get to the right position at the begging of file name, and that's really sloppy. Renaming with f2 is way better - you have just file name selected and you can start typing new name immediately without deleting extension. So here's a question|idea about copy|pack dialog: select only file name instead of whole file path like this: http://gyazo.nivalnetwork.com/db/671c397...f182b4.png

I hope it's really simple and it's already done, I just need to add new variable to wincmd.ini =)

PS For some reason text formatting is not working =(

Nice idea. However, the right place to ask is http://ghisler.ch/board/index.php
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Reszta programów jest darmowa - ALE, niektóre są płatne do zastosowań komercyjnych - w takim wypadku jeśli chcesz używać legalnie TC UP (mając już licencje na Total Commandera), a nie chcesz kupować licencji na programy, które tego wymagają (do zastosowań komercyjnych), to podczas instalacji wybierz schemat "do użytku komercyjnego" - spowoduje to wykluczenie z instalacji programów, które wymagają dodatkowej opłaty...........
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