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Re: [Ranger-users] explorer mode

From: Mantas
Subject: Re: [Ranger-users] explorer mode
Date: Thu, 25 Oct 2012 22:59:24 +0300

Or, you can type: 'cd', and enter beginning of word, then type <TAB>
to auto-complete, of course, vim's 'wildmenu' auto-complete
functionality [1] is missing, but still, maybe this is what you
looking for.

[1] vim: :h cmdline-completion

2012/10/25 Roman Z. <address@hidden>:
> On Thu, Oct 25, 2012 at 11:08:18AM +0100, Eduardo Suarez-Santana wrote:
>> Is there a classic explorer mode? That is, I type the first letters
>> of the filename and then it gets selected. 'Enter' to go forward,
>> 'Backspace' to go back.
>> 'f' does something similar, but it's not the same.
> You can't do that by default.  Letters are reserved for keybindings by
> design, not for searching by file name.  However, you could remap every
> letter key like "map a console find a" and then "map <backspace> move left=1"
> and navigate only with special keys like arrow keys, page up/down, etc.
> if that's what you want.
> Roman

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