Is it possible to activate or to add the possibility to scroll infinitely with up and down keys in a folder. The idea is to go to the last line pressing the up key on the first line, and to go to the first pressing down key on the last line.
You can do this with the built-in Select NEXT and Select PREV commands, which loop automatically.
Binding them to the cursor up/down keys seems to work, although I'm not sure that doing that makes sense for display modes which show a grid of files (e.g. Thumbnails). You could make the command it runs conditional on the display mode to solve that, or bind them to a separate hotkey so the cursor keys keep their usual meaning.
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Yes I'am using essentially detail mode.
Very simple solution. I have create hotkey with these commands for up and down keys. The problem is then the scroll view is very slow and do not follow selected line quickly enough.
An option I should activate ?
How can I limit the command execution in the lister, not in the tree ? Now, if I focus in the tree and use the key, the key acts in the lister, not anymore in the tree.
I try @if:focus=source and @ifset:focus=source with no success.
You was write to say it's not make sense for other display mode than details or power one.
I have tried: @ifset:VIEW=details Go FROMSEL or @ifset VIEW=details Go FROMSEL
and @ifset:VIEW=details go up back
with no success.
Do you know what I'm doing wrong ?
Is it possible to combine more than one condition such as VIEW=(details, power) ?
But surely it's easier to get used to using Enter/Backspace than to try to change Left/Right arrow keys (which are right next to those keys) to do something in some modes and something else in others, and get used to doing a different thing in different modes?