Thanks for the update
Qatapult remembers the last files you got from the file explorer. Just time the name of that file once you used it once and it should be there.
Nice! Got this to work.
"Current selection" pseudo object (Quicksilver call them proxy ) is now the currently selected file from the explorer (ewemoa special ). I don't have multifile support inside Qatapult, so it will only take the first file for the time being but it would be totally possible to add the whole selection.
I was able to get a folder which was selected in Windows Explorer to open using "Current Selection" + "Open". Also tested successfully: "Current Selection" + "Explorer here" and "Current Selection" + "Cmd here".
When I tried "Current Selection" + "Properties" for a file, I expected to see the properties dialog, but I didn't see any result. Was anything supposed to happen?
Multiple file support would be nice -- especially for things like compression, computation of hashes, batch file conversion, etc.
The text moves are more complete with ctrl+back, ctrl+del, and control moves, etc..
Thanks! I successfully tested Home, End, Ctrl+BS, Ctrl+Del, Ctrl+Left, and Ctrl+Right successfully.
On a related note, do you think eventually one will be able to select text with mouse and or keyboard?
BTW, when directory browsing (e.g. C:\Program Files in the first pane) with the results list visible, is there a recommended way to navigate up one directory level? My brain was wired to press the left arrow key, but I when I tried that, I didn't notice any change.
Found the following section in the QS Manual (Files and Folders section):
Back up a folder hierarchy by typing ← or ? (i.e., a shifted / on a US keyboard). This can backup all the way to the root directory
I don't think I ever used ?, but used the left arrow key. What do you think?
FWIW, my tests were on Windows 7 64-bit.