"Stefano Ceccherini" <stefano.ceccherini@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > 2008/10/8 Gerald Zajac <zajacg@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>: > > I was not aware that dragging a folder icon and dropping it on a > > Terminal > > window would set the current directory in the Terminal. > I was not aware of this either. Like with other files, it only copies the path, ie. you still have to type 'cd' manually, and press enter afterwards. It's not a perfect solution (I always wondered why you cannot execute a directory in the shell to enter it, like the Amiga shell allows), but it's working quite well; it's use case depends on what you're currently doing, sometimes it's more convenient than to use finger acrobatics for the Tracker add- on (I'm not a big fan of those cmd-opt shortcuts) :-) In any case, it cannot be a general replacement for something like Summon - it's just that I think that normal users don't use the shell often enough to add an add-on to the standard build. It's just my opinion, though, feel free to disagree in numbers ;-) Bye, Axel.