|----- Esc -----|
|Quick change directory: Esc + c|
|Quick change directory history: Esc + c and then Esc + h|
|Quick change directory previous entry: Esc + c and then Esc + p|
|Command line history: Esc + h|
|Command line previous command: Esc + p|
|View change: Esc + t (each time you do this shortcut a new directory view will appear)|
|Print current working directory in command line: Esc + a|
|Switch between background command line and MC: Ctrl + o|
|Search/Go to directory in active panel: Esc + s / Ctrl + s then start typing directory name|
|Open same working directory in the inactive panel: Esc + i|
|Open parent working directory in the inactive panel: Esc + o|
|Go to top of directory in active pane: Esc + v / Esc + g|
|Go to bottom of directory in active pane: Esc + j / Ctrl + c|
|Go to previous directory: Esc + y|
|Search pop-up: Esc + ?|
|----- Ctrl -----|
|Refresh active panel: Ctrl + r|
|Selecting files and directories: Ctrl + t|
|Switch active <-> inactive panels: Ctrl + i|
|Switch active <-> inactive panels content: Ctrl + u|
|Execute command / Open a directory: Ctrl + j|
|----- F -----|
|F2: user menu|
|F3: read file / open directory|
|F4: edit file|
|F5: copy file or direcotry|
|F6: move file or directory|
|F7: create directory|
|F8: delete file / directory|
|F9: open menu bar|
|F10: exit MC|
|Copied from: http://pastebin.com/i9kfVKT9|
Please, does anybody know how to press [ Shift + F3 ] on Mac (like on linux)?
I want to view file without going through "filter"/"scrape" command defined for known extensions?
I find a workaround by pressing sequence [ ESC - SHIFT + ! ] and prepending filename with "cat " ... but you know... this is not much comfortable :)
[ fn + SHIFT + F5 ]
Insert key for Mac OS X:
For Midnight commander it seem to be ^/Ctrl+T=Insert.
The more generic Insert function is supposed to be Fn+Return/Enter=Insert, see this other question for more discussion and details.
There were however little success with Fn+Return working reliably in many applications.
Anyone know how to bring up the rename file dialogue? It's supposed to be shift+F6. I have my function keys as regular function keys so I don't have to hold down shift, I only press F6. But shift+F6 doesn't do anything. F6 by itself brings up the move file dialogue.