Shows the Main Toolbar if checked.
Shows the Actions Toolbar if checked.
Shows the Statusbar if chosen.
Shows the FN Keys Bar if checked.
- → (Ctrl+Alt+T)
Show the Terminal Emulator if checked.
Shows the Command Line if checked.
Allows you to choose command execution mode. You can choose one of the following options.
: start execution and do not wait for the results.
: show the output to stdout and stderr on the separate panels.
: show the output to stdout and stderr on the single panel (default).
: execute the command in the new terminal window.
: send the command to the embedded terminal emulator.
Toggles the Queue Manager mode. If checked then pressing F2 or the corresponding button in the copy/move dialog immediately starts the job even if there are running jobs in queue. If unchecked then the job will be put into the queue if the queue is not empty. Otherwise the job will be started immediately.
Opens a dialog which allows you to configure the Krusader key bindings.
With the and buttons you can load and save a Key-binding profile. This allows Krusader to have the Total Commander©, Midnight Commander, foo-commander, or your custom Key-bindings. The only limitation is that global Plasma™ key-bindings and some Krusader key-bindings cannot be changed yet, as well as some features in foo-commander that we either do not have or need. The Key-bindings are stored in
foo.keymap.infocontains a description,
foo.keymapis an ini file that holds the Key-bindings. Until Krusader-1.70.1 this was a binary file, Krusader is backwards compatible for importing this legacy binary format. If a
*.keymap.infotext file exists, Krusader will display it, showing additional information regarding the loaded Key-bindings file. Here you have a chance to exit without importing the proposed Key-bindings file.
A Total Commander© Key-bindings file is provided. Please upload your favorite Key-bindings schemes so that they become available for the Krusader community. Thanks!
Opens Konfigurator - the Krusader configuration center.