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#1 2018-11-18 09:59:30

boina
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From: Paris - France
Registered: 2011-06-05
Posts: 44

Open file with command in ranger file manager

Hello,

I've found the ranger file manager and I really like it. I'm testing it to see if I can use it as my default file manager.
One behavior I need to replace would be the drag and drop from nautilus to open particular images with the imagej software.

In the terminal I can run

imagej --open file_name

I've been going through the ranger documentation and I don't get which should be the best approach for this, should it be a custom command or a script?
Ideally I would like it to be executed on the selected file/s upon a key binging pressing.

Best, José.

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#2 2018-11-18 11:27:19

Lupo Alberto
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From: Gomel, Belarus
Registered: 2013-11-25
Posts: 42

Re: Open file with command in ranger file manager

boina wrote:

One behavior I need to replace would be the drag and drop from nautilus to open particular images with the imagej software.

https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/ra … ssociation

boina wrote:

I've been going through the ranger documentation and I don't get which should be the best approach for this, should it be a custom command or a script?
Ideally I would like it to be executed on the selected file/s upon a key binging pressing.

https://github.com/ranger/ranger/wiki/Keybindings

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