Re: Opening a parent window in spacial mode

How about alt+shift+up?  This key combination opens the parent folder while closing its child. 
Also, you can press backspace to simply open the parent folder.

--- Chris Egan <lists limewolf com> wrote:
> On Wed, 2004-03-17 at 13:25, gabor wrote:
> > > > 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.
> > > That means taking my hand off the mouse! :-) (left alt only appears to
> > > work)
> > > Seriously, it seems strange (to me) that I can't do what I want using a
> > > key+mouse combination.
> > why isn't my solution good enough?
> >
> Hmm, your suggestion arrived after I posted my comment with respect to
> Daniel Brodie's suggestion; based on the times of the posts.. ? Also, I
> didn't know about this way of doing it till you suggested it :-). 
> Anyhow, thanks for the tip, it works ok. But, I still have the opinion
> that some sort of 'shift+close' (it doesn't have to be 'shift', just an
> example) combination to open the parent directory would be a good
> addition. That would allow a 'one click' navigation to move back up the
> directory structure (closing the subdirectory each time). For *me* that
> would be quicker and more intuitive, comments welcome.
> Cheers,
> Chris. 
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