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Re: [Ranger-users] Is there a "pure file-browse" mode

From: Wojciech 'vifon' Siewierski
Subject: Re: [Ranger-users] Is there a "pure file-browse" mode
Date: Thu, 7 Sep 2017 12:39:06 +0200
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On 07.09.2017 09:41, Felix Van der Jeugt wrote:
> Dear Xu Wang,
> Quoting Xu Wang (2017-09-07 00:39:09)
>> Felix, would you mind to write exact steps to accomplish the above?
> As above, for me entering the command `:scout -egkst ..` will travel to
> the directory above the current one and open the `:scout -egkst ` prompt
> again. This works with the `:travel` command as well (without the
> enter), but it looks just plain weird due to the filtering.
> I'm on ranger 1.8.1 running on python 3.6.2, in case that makes a
> difference.
> Sincerely,
> Felix
Thanks for the information about your ranger version, Felix. On 1.8.1 I
was able to confirm the behavior you were describing and I found the
commit that changed it:
I think it's a valid bug/regression, so feel free to open an issue on


PS: Sorry for a double message, Felix, at first I used "Reply" instead
of "Reply to All".

PS2: Sorry for a triple message, this time I replied from the wrong
address, one that was not registered on this mailing list. -_-

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