Re: Mc Digest, Vol 63, Issue 5

I've never used 'ls -h' yet.
If you want to see the file size, wheter ascii file or any tpye,
yes, I usually setup my left panel to show: short format,
with the latest on top. Then the size is only seen for the selected one.
RHS panel, I use 'full mode display, alfa-ordered,
which shows the date and size of all files.

This live browser for email is crap !!

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   1. human readable format for file's size (Renato Budinich)


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Date: Sun, 19 Jul 2009 16:01:01 +0200
From: Renato Budinich <rennabh gmail com>
Subject: human readable format for file's size
To: mc gnome org
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just discovered mc. Wondering, is there any option for having sizes of
files in human readable format (as in 'ls -h')? Couldn't find it



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