Vifm 0.7.6

A ncurses based file manager for Linux/UNIX inspired by mutt, with vi like keybindings
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Vifm is an open souirce ncurses-based file manager with vi like keybindings.


Basic Movement
j - moves down.
k - moves up.
l - moves into a directory or launches a file.
h - moves up one directory.

gg - move to the top of the file list.
G - move to the bottom of the file list.

14G - move to the 14th file in the list.

Ctrl-F or Page Down - move forward one page.
Ctrl-B or Page Up - move back one page.

25% - move to the file that is 25 percent from the top of the list.

:34[Enter] - move to the 34th file.

:0[Enter] - move to the top of the list.
:$[Enter] - move to the bottom of the list.

The Space Bar or Tab Key toggles between the two file lists.

Ctrl+G creates a window showing detailed information about the current file.

last updated on:
November 1st, 2013, 22:47 GMT
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
developed by:
Ken Steen
ROOT \ Desktop Environment \ File managers
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What's New in This Release:
  • Added interactive local filter.
  • Added external editing of command-line content with 'vicmd'.
  • Added integration with tmux.
  • Added options to configure external commands for :apropos, :find, :grep and :locate commands.
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