jsc wrote:On another topic, I have a feature request. I have keep_panel_open_after_action set to false, because the vast majority of the time, I'm just looking for a file. But there are some actions after which it would be useful to keep it open, such as creating a new folder. I would like to be able to distinguish the useful cases from the non-useful cases, or have it done for me.
I can look into to this. I don't think it would be too difficult to add.
jsc wrote:Another idea for a feature I had involves show_system_hidden_files. I have this set to true, but I don't like looking at the long list of dotfiles in my home directory. But if I set it to false, I can't actually select any of them. I would like to have a setting where those files are hidden unless you start searching with period.
The setting is for the default behavior. You can toggle between the two with ctrl+h or super+h on mac. Triggering with dot only makes since on systems that use dot to distinguish hidden files; windows does not; therefore, in order to have a consistent interface, I have opted to use the toggle shortcut to quickly hide or show hidden files.
jsc wrote:Thanks, by the way, for such a fantastic plugin. I am a longtime emacs user, and I can't stand using the file dialog for anything. FFN is the closest thing to emacs' find-file that I've found so far.
No problem. Glad you like it. I really on create plugins I actually use, but it is always nice to hear that others use them as well