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Select multiple files to open in counsel-find-file #673

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CSRaghunandan opened this Issue Sep 14, 2016 · 4 comments

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CSRaghunandan commented Sep 14, 2016

Hello, I just installed and setup swiper, ivy, and counsel. I miss one feature of helm, that is being able to mark some of the candidates and execute an action.
Sometimes, i would want to open multiple files inside a folder. How can I achieve this by marking multiple files and opening the marked files ?

I'm also having some trouble understanding how swiper-multi is supposed to work. When I invoke the command, I get a list of buffers that are open for the current session. How do I select multiple buffers to search in using swiper-multi ?

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abo-abo commented Sep 14, 2016

Use C-M-m or C-M-n to select multiple files or buffers.

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CSRaghunandan commented Sep 14, 2016

There is something majorly broken with my installation of swiper
I invoked swiper-multi and if i press C-M-m or C-M-n on any candidate, it deletes the entire contents of my current buffer.
I've no idea whats happening. And the swiper search will not return anything.

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abo-abo commented Sep 14, 2016

Thanks, I just fixed swiper-multi. I rarely use it, swiper-all is superior in 95% cases.

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CSRaghunandan commented Sep 14, 2016

Thanks, I just fixed swiper-multi. I rarely use it, swiper-all is superior in 95% cases.

Oh I see. I guess i'll just swiper-all for most of my needs then. Thanks

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