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[ZEP] Alt T(ag) Directories using U(p), D(own)   [ZEP]

By: Ben Kent       
Date: Dec 03,2018 at 17:52
In Response to: [ZEP] Alt T(ag) Directories using U(p), D(own) (Tim Mongeon)

> Hello.
> Many times I have numerous directories that I need to tag all of the
> contained files without affecting files in other open directories
> therefore just issuing a CTRl T would not work. Of course what I do now
> is manually hold the T key down as it advances down to each subsequent
> subdirectory, but with massive amounts of subdirectories this can get
> tedius (and painful for my arthritic wrists and hands). A Macro would be
> the next best thing

Use this macro in the file mode directory window
you will need to Escape at the end because the *_END directives don't seem to work in the directory window, I will post a bug on that point.

> - but it seems that it could be implemented in the
> Directory Window mode of Ztree in the same way that Alt T works in File
> mode, providing options of Tag by Attributes, Up, Down, Name, Extension,
> and Filter. Currently in the Directory Window mode, the only option
> given for Alt T is to tag by Attribute.
> How about it Kim? There are many of us getting quite old out here who
> could use a function like this. :)
> Tim M.

Tagging in directory mode tags the directories, not the files in them.

But Alt-Tag could be extended for Directory window both modes and Directory mode file window, to be something like this.

Alt-Tag [A]ttributes [U]p [D]own [N]ame [E]xtension [F]ilter F2 tag (directories, contained files)


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