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. and .. in browser window? #1115

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cyberduck opened this issue May 3, 2007 · 2 comments
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. and .. in browser window? #1115

cyberduck opened this issue May 3, 2007 · 2 comments

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@cyberduck cyberduck commented May 3, 2007

14e7cbd created the issue

I saw no preference to show/hide the . and .. when listing the directory. I would find these very helpful for being able to drop files on .. to move the file back one directory. If I have a directory full of other directories, I see no way that I can move one of the subdirectories back out of there. For examlpe

/www/media/music/
/www/media/music/artist1/
/www/media/music/artist2/

Let's say the browser is currently listing /www/media/music/ and I want to move /artist1 back to /www/media/, I see no way to do this right now. If /www/media/music/.. was listed, I could drop /artist1 onto that row and have it move /artist1/ back to /www/media/

Hope that makes sense. If I have missed somewhere how to do this, please correct me.

thanks!

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@cyberduck cyberduck commented May 4, 2007

@dkocher commented

As a workaround use Edit > Cut and Edit > Paste instead.

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@cyberduck cyberduck commented May 18, 2007

@dkocher commented

See #800.

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