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- Thu Dec 05, 2019 11:44 am
- Forum: Support
- Topic: Opening files that are directory bundles
- Replies: 1
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Hi! Some applications, like Tables ( https://www.x-tables.eu/ ) saves their files as a directory bundle or what they call it. (Some flag or something tells Finder it's to be treated as a file/bundle.) If I press enter on these in NC, I just enter the directoy, it doesn't open the app to edit the fil...
- Wed Apr 17, 2019 8:33 am
- Forum: Ideas and Feature Requests
- Topic: Image Dimensions
- Replies: 0
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Hi! I find myself often needing to check dimensions of image files (PNG, JPEG etc). While Show info in Finder works well enough, it's a bit slow. FinderDimensions.jpg I was wondering if it would be feasible to show this info quicker somehow in Nimble Commander. For example if it could be shown in th...
- Thu Feb 14, 2019 2:03 pm
- Forum: Support
- Topic: Control which services are shown? [CLOSED]
- Replies: 3
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Hi! I've created a few services of my own, in particular a few services for PDF files. These are available in Finder, but not in Nimble Commander. I assume that's because the services are specific to PDF files? So, now I have to "Show files in Finder" (which works well, the selected files are select...
Sadly that solution doesn't work in every case. Some apps use AppleEvents or AppleScript or something, and actually call Finder specifically to reveal a path, and then Finder will activate. It's annoying. But in many scenarios it works fine. Yes, I guess all Finder alternatives will have this issue...
Semantics ... :lol: Linux/UNIX GUI file managers (and even TUI tools like ranger, IIRC) has the logic of cut and paste (as does windows file explorer) and I never had disasters, and TotalFinder's implementation worked really well, for years ... But that doesn't really matter. I'm saying it would rea...
1) You can use Cmd+C and then Alt+Cmd+V instead. I really don't understand what Cmd+X is for file managers - this can only be a fake. Not sure what you mean by fake. TotalFinder and Pathfinder implement Cut&Paste by Cmd+C and Cmd+V, instead of the weird Finder/Apple convention of Copy (Cmd+C) and M...
Tried searching, but didn't really find if this was already answered: Can I somehow set NC to be the default File Browser, such as "Reveal in Finder" would show the file/folder in NC instead of Finder? If yes, does it work well? (While using Pathfinder, I could set it to be the default file browser,...
For this #3: It seems I can map Cmd+i to this in system preferences.3. It would be nice to have Finder's "Get Info" available.
(Did some additional searching and found this thread: