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Renaming files in mc

Operating systems : Linux

Renaming a file in mc / Midnight Commander:

- Select a file --> Shift - F6 --> Edit existing file name into a new one --> Enter

Select a file

[ Image ] : mc - Select a file

Edit file name

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The original way of renaming a file - the one mc / Midnight Commander had before "Shift - F6" was implemented - is also still there:

- Select a file --> F6 --> Enter a new file name --> Enter

Select a file

[ Image ] : mc - Select a file

Enter file name

[ Image ] : mc - Enter file name

And "Esc - 6" may be used instead of "F6":

- Select a file --> Esc - 6 --> Enter a new file name --> Enter

Select a file

[ Image ] : mc - Select a file

Enter file name

[ Image ] : mc - Enter file name

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