the CLAW file browser update
andrewski at fr.st
Sat Jan 24 23:18:28 CET 2004
> Isn't that what bookmarks are for?
> > Would there be a way to keep the address bar
> > text and not copy the X clipboard?
> The problem lies in some people wanting the address
> bar to keep addresses for later use, and some wanting
> it cleared so that they can use it for qickly going
> somewhere else.
I thought you meant keeping the address bar text while you're browsing
that directory. I don't know about anyone else, but I usually use the
address bar as I use one in a web browser: click once and it's
highlighted, use Ctrl+Backspace for "going up" one level, etc.
If you mean keeping the address bar text from session to session in a
history of some sort, I think that's less important, especially for a
I think the checkbox is a good idea, though could it be added as a flag
from the command line, or as a preference somewhere in a config dialog?
I think it'd be better to keep the main GUI clean of something most
users would tick on or off and keep it. If it means anything now, you
have my vote to keep the text in the bar, as I meant it in the first
paragraph of this ridiculously long post. :)
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