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[Discuss] Navigating directly to a specific file   [Discuss]

By: Art Kocsis     So Calif  
Date: Apr 02,2018 at 07:48
In Response to: [Discuss] Navigating directly to a specific file (Slobodan Vujnovic)

> Does anybody have a need for this - jumping to a file from command
> line and/or from within ZTree? Instantly, zero navigation.

A little late to the party as I don't check here every day but, if I understand ZList correctly, it should be fairly simple to do:

1) Define a ZList file to tag your target file
2) Define a command line macro to Cntl-Z the ZList file
followed by a Global Show command (from the DW)

This will result in a FW with your target file in focus.

Your "favorite" files could be hardcoded in named ZList files
Temporary "Interactive" ZList files could be created via a batch
file that accepts an arbitrary filename as input.
An F9 Menu could also easily implement this process

In fact, perhaps even better than a builtin command, this would
give you the flexibility to target multiple files instead of just
one as well as across multiple disks/directories.


Namaste', Art

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