Configuration -> Options -> Misc -> Redefine Hotkeys
and assigning "Right" to "cm_GoToLast"
How do I assign "Left" arrow key to go to the top of the list to "..." the same as pressing "Ctrl + Home"?
There is no entry for "cm_GoToTop" or anything similar
There is no cmd to do so, all you have is either cm_GoToFirstFile or cm_GoToFirstEntry.
PS: I dunno whats wrong with using Home/End-Keys instead of screwing up the cursor-keys?
I want to be able to use "Left" arrow key to achieve the same result.
"cm_GoToFirstFile" or "cm_GoToFirstEntry" goes to first entity in the file list which is one item below "..." and I need to navigate exactly to "..." by pressing "Left" arrow key
Or use the undocumented feature: (not recommended)
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Command: cm_GoToFirstEntry (or cm_GoToFirstFile) Paramater: 2147483647
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in wincmd.ini section [Configuration]
There are more options, just look for SpecialCursorMovement in the help section 4b, N-Z.
So the help is not entirely true:
Suggestion:[Help - Ini File Settings part 2: Configuration N-Z] wrote: 1: Left key jumps to first file, right key to last
1: Left key jumps to first entry (usually ".."), right key to last