Humdinger <humdingerb@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > Can anyone tell me about the limits of Trackers undo/redo feature? > Like, how deep is the undo-buffer? As deep as your memory. It just sits there and eat all memory if you let it. > Are there limitations on the kind of actions that can > be undone? Sure, files that really got deleted are gone, and the undo feature cannot help you there. Other than that, I guess changing attributes or permissions is probably not tracked, as it doesn't go through the normal FS-engine. > I tried some things, and appart from redoing duplicating files (see > ticket #2883) it seems > to work very well; copying, moving, deleting, renaming... all good. > > Great feature nobody knows about. :) Undo/redo feels a bit insane in a file manager IMO, but it might be helpful from time to time :-) It's just not that visible because there just is no space left in the menu. Reorganizing that menu didn't receive much love when I tried it the last time (though I didn't push hard). Bye, Axel.