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Selecting all in mc

Operating systems : Linux

Selecting all files and folders in a directory viewed in a panel of Midnight Commander. Achieving the same effect a does Ctrl - A under Microsoft Windows or Cmd - A in Mac OS X:

Open a directory --> Ctrl - Shift - = --> Enter * [asterisk] --> Enter

A directory with files and folders

[ Image ] : mc - A directory with files and folders

Selection options prompt

[ Image ] : mc - Selection options prompt

Entering * [asterisk]

[ Image ] : mc - Entering * [asterisk]

All files and folders has been selected

[ Image ] : mc - All files and folders are selected

The keyboard shortcut of Ctrl - Shift - = is meant to type plus symbol. So just Shift - = may also happen to be enough.

The "Using shell patterns" option in selection options prompt has to be checked on in order to make asterisk to work as the symbol for "all" or "any".

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