Re: Opening a parent window in spacial mode
- From: Daniel Brodie <daniel brodienet com>
- To: chris limewolf com
- Cc: nautilus-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: Opening a parent window in spacial mode
- Date: Tue, 16 Mar 2004 11:32:40 -0500
On Fri, 2004-03-12 at 18:49, Chris Egan wrote:
> I've been playing with nautilus 2.5.8, using spacial mode. I've been
> using a similar system for many years (RISCOS and then ROX under Linux)
> and I think I'm likely to switch to nautilus (hey I can use that handy
> cdwriter extension and very nice it is too!).
> I'd like to know how to open a parent directory, when in spacial mode?
> Assuming there is a parent directory, I'd have thought some sort of
> shift/ctrl/alt/+close would open it? Am I missing somthing, or is there
> no 'quick' way to open a parent directory currently?
You can use alt+up arrow to open up a parent folder. You can see this
shortcut in the menu item 'Open parent folder' in the file menu.
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