Up Down Rename The next File or Folder!
Easy and simple to rename the next File or Folder in any explorer view of Q-Dir!
By using the arrow keys (Up / Down) you can quickly edit the files or rename. Very useful for working with text copy and paste commands.
Or disable this feature:
Menu ► Extras ►List View ► Disable up / down label edit
See also: ►►► ... Classic and modern Address-Bar!
Updated on: 28 March 2018 11:06
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