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See the F1 Help -- 1.3.2 Basic Navigation   [Wish]

By: Chris F       
Date: Oct 15,2014 at 02:34
In Response to: See the F1 Help -- 1.3.2 Basic Navigation (Bill Kingsbury)

> > Sometimes when using treespec to navigate to a folder, there are 2
> > folders named quite similar with only difference being one of the
> last
> > characters.
> > Really longer folder 1\
> > Really longer folder 2\
> > To navigate to the second folder - i basically have to either type
> the
> > full name out, or press enter, tab, backslash and then continue.
> [...]
>
> Have you tried this?
>
> The following excerpts are from the F1 Help:
>
> 1.3.2 Basic Navigation:
> -------------------------------
> The following descriptions assume that the Alt-F10 Directory Window
> configuration option "Highlight bar" is set to the default
> "Scrolling" mode. If it is set to "Fixed", then the directory list
> will always scroll in the Directory Window so that the highlight remains
> on line 4 of the display.
> [...]
>
> Directory Windows Only:
> -------------------------------
> Left/Right arrows -- Use the Left arrow to move the highlight up one
> level within the current first-level branch. Use the Right arrow to move
> the highlight down one directory within the current first-level branch.
>
> Tab/Shift-Tab/ , Ctrl-Tab/ , Ctrl-Shift-Tab -- Move the highlight down
> or up to the next directory at the same level as the current directory.
> If the screen is split (see section 1.8 'Split Screen') then use
> Ctrl-Tab to move down, since in split mode Tab moves the highlight to the
> opposite side of the split. (The functions of Tab and Ctrl-Tab in a Split
> Screen can be reversed with the Alt-F10 configuration option "Swap Tab &
> Ctrl-Tab key assignments".)
>
> Shift-Up/Down -- Move the highlight to the previous or next logged
> directory.
>
> Shift-PgUp/PgDn -- Move the highlight to the previous or next unlogged
> directory.
>
>
> Bill

Hi,

I understand navigation fine - what I'm more after is to get to a directory 5-6 levels deep quickly.

An example:

C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc\

To get to that I need to press:

[\] win [\] sy [tab][tab] [\] dri [\] et [enter]

or:

[\] win [\] system3 [\] dri [\] et [enter]

What i'd like to do is:

[\] win [\] 3 [\] dri [\] et [enter]


Cheers,

Chris

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