Thanks, works.m^2 wrote:Configuration->Misc->Redefine keys->F2->cm_RenameOnly
BTW: Will this not become default?
Totally agree!pdavit wrote:If Christian we go down that road then a whole list of shortcuts must be changed. F5 for refreshing and not for copying and so on...
TC is a completely deferent and completely customizable (to some extend) tool so why bother?...
There are more important features to be added and/or tweaked.
I'm new to total commander, but now i find it's so great and useful. So i don't waste my time to stupid windows explorer any more.SanskritFritz wrote:Lets stick to my F2 example:Can you tell how to do such a customization? 'cause I've never found such settings...
Options / Misc / Redefine hotkeys:
Command: cm_RenameOnly (Rename (Shift+F6))
Press the green button next to it, and finally OK.
Many of them might not be intuitive if you are not English speaking - for example where I come from "Unselect" should be Ctrl+F (Fravælg) to be intuitive.Considering these more intuitive keys
They are intuitive for me now, even though English is not my native language, but of course this is my personal preference and I do not wish to force them down people's throats; just give it as one of many alternatives. And you have pointed to other excellent work that has already been done in this vein.Many of them might not be intuitive if you are not English speaking - for example where I come from
Very good idea, I support it. Many popular media players have several shortcut presets (aka WMP/Winamp/...-like) so I think it is useful for TC too.brahman wrote:I totally support the idea of several hotkey configurations during TC install:
Give the user a choice for using standard Explorer (Windows) keys and some more intuitive combinations or the old Norton Commander and legacy TC keys for the established user base for whom they have become second nature.
For possible Explorer-like preset I suggest F12.brahman wrote:Ins=Make Folder