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Most used key combinations in Norton Commander like apps

Most used key combinations in Norton Commander like apps

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  • 1. December 20, 2013 Blue Panels Cheat Sheet Most used key combinations in Norton Commander like apps About Norton Commander Key Action F1 Help due to its filename NC.exe) was a F2 User Menu prototypical orthodox file F3 View File. Some File Manager apps support also switching between ASCII and HEX mode views. acquired in 1990 by the F4 Edit File Symantec corporation). F5 Copy File or Directory http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ F6 Move/Rename File or Directory. If you are ‘inside’ of some archive it will copy files from it into target destination you have selected on opposite panel. F7 Make Directory F8 Delete File or Directory Norton Commander (commonly shortened to "NC" by DOS users, manager (OFM), written by John Socha and released by Peter Norton Computing (later Norton_Commander This Cheat Sheet Only most common and most used key combinations are listed here, for more details on how to use each particular application please refer to its user manual or help file. 1
  • 2. December 20, 2013 F9 Call application menu allocated on top of the panels. F10 Exit, if you are inside the internal viewer or editor it will exit from there, otherwise it exits from the application You might need to memorize also some additional key combinations to make your life easier: Key Action Tab Jumps between panels Ctrl + O Hides/Shows panels. (Doesn’t do the same thing in muCommander for some reason) Ctrl + U View File. Some File Manager apps support also switching between ASCII and HEX mode views. Shift + F4 Create File. In muCommander it is Shift+F7. Ctrl + Enter Place in command line name of the selected file or directory Almost every single application has number of key combinations that works together with Functional Keys, like Shift + Fn, Ctrl + Fn, Alt + Fn. Please refer to your particular file manager application user manual or help file for more details. RECOMMENDED FILE MANAGEMENT APPLICATIONS Operating System OSX SKITSANOS™ info@skitsanos.com Application muCommander
 http://www.mucommander.com Windows Far Manager http://farmanager.com Linux Midnight Commander http://www.midnight-commander.org http://skitsanos.com 2

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