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

By: Tim Mongeon       
Date: Dec 03,2018 at 18:54
In Response to: [ZEP] Alt T(ag) Directories using U(p), D(own) (Ben Kent)

Oops, Missed the bottom of your post, Ben. Told you I was getting old. Yes that is what I am talking about, but I see no other way to implement that other than a macro (not my first choice) unless it was hard coded into Ztree. Given that the code for this implementation exists already in File mode (sorry - small window mode haha), I would hope that it would not be too difficult for Kim to extend this functionality to the Directory window (again, not referring to Directory Mode).

Thanks again.

More support out there?



> > 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
> WHILE_NOT_END,t
> 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)
>
> Ben

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