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Color highlighting for files (directory/symlink etc.) #108

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ghost opened this Issue Aug 4, 2017 · 3 comments

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ghost commented Aug 4, 2017

"showIcons": false, is nice

but there needs to be some indictor

terminal themes usually have different color/ width for folders / files
this would help here as well and would make this actually a useful option

@yanex yanex changed the title "showIcons": false >> show color Color highlighting for files (directory/symlink etc.) Aug 4, 2017

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ghost commented Sep 30, 2017

instead of highlighting, maybe a more subtle option would be to have settings for

  • have hidden files at the bottom (independent of other ordering like size/ modified date)
  • have Folders always on top (independent of other ordering like size/ modified date) (macOS has this setting as well)

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inikolaev commented Sep 11, 2018

Somehow related - I would like to be able to configure different colors to different files types based on extension or type: archives, executables, directories, symlinks mentioned above.

I imagine this could be done inside theme file where I would list file types and corresponding colors.

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yanex commented Jan 3, 2019

@inikolaev I moved your request to the separate issue: #460.
The basic (though extendable) highlighting will be available in 0.6.1.

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