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Offer to Overwrite Files when Renaming #519

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Orion751 opened this issue Oct 25, 2011 · 1 comment
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Offer to Overwrite Files when Renaming #519

Orion751 opened this issue Oct 25, 2011 · 1 comment

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@Orion751
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Orion751 commented Oct 25, 2011

I'd like to apologize if I am unable to quickly respond to comments on all of these issues that I am posting. Got school and work, but the latest QS release got me in the mood for brainstorming QS functionality. :)

Currently Quicksilver does not offer to replace a file when the "Rename..." action is used, as opposed to "Move To" or "Copy To...". This is consistent with Finder's behavior and thus is a fitting default.

However, QS is a power-user tool. I would really like to be able to configure QS to display the same dialog that it uses to resolve naming conflicts when copying and moving files so I can perform two steps with one action.

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pjrobertson commented Oct 25, 2011

Agreed. It wouldn't be to hard to bring up the file conflict dialog like you
have for move/copy to.

On 25 October 2011 16:12, Viewer <
reply@reply.github.com>wrote:

I'd like to apologize if I am unable to quickly respond to comments on all
of these issues that I am posting. Got school and work, but the latest QS
release got me in the mood for brainstorming QS functionality. :)

Currently Quicksilver does not offer to replace a file when the "Rename..."
action is used, as opposed to "Move To" or "Copy To...". This is consistent
with Finder's behavior and thus is a fitting default.

However, QS is a power-user tool. I would really like to be able to
configure QS to display the same dialog that it uses to resolve naming
conflicts when copying and moving files so I can perform two steps with one
action.

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