[Thunar-dev] Two small problems

mcquaid mcquaid mcquaidster at gmail.com
Sun Jul 16 14:45:42 CEST 2006

Just to join in here, I also think it should automatically select a folder I
just created.  Is there some reason behind not doing that?

On 7/14/06, Brian J. Tarricone <bjt23 at cornell.edu> wrote:
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> On 7/14/2006 9:21 AM, Arthur Koziel wrote:
> > Second:
> > I have a folder with two files in it (filenames are "D" and "N"), after
> > navigating to this folder i want to select the file "N", so i press
> > <SHIFT>+N on my keyboard but Thunar doesn't take me to the file "N" -
> > instead it always selects the first file in the directory (in this case
> > "D"). Is this a undocumented shortcut? Or some other GTK+-Related thing?
> > (I noticed the same behaivior with <SHIFT>+P, it selects the last file
> > in a folder).
> This appears to be a GTK thing.  shift+n selects the next row; shift+p
> selects the previous row (or unselects if already selected).  If you
> want "typeahead find" just simply start typing the filename.  No shift
> needed.
>         -brian
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