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In Total Commander it was ALT + SHIFT + ENTER. Is the same possible in Krusader? (I am talking about in-place calculations so please no properties window suggestions).

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only slightly related, hope not too off topic, sorry, in the terminal you would du -h --max-depth=1, check it out – user35186 Sep 25 '12 at 8:04

It does the same, not like hitting Space on every dir... But I hope it helps. Alt+Shift+S ?

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See this Krusader help page: http://www.krusader.org/documentation/calculate.html

The contents at the time of writing:

Calculate Occupied Space

There are two ways to calculate the occupied space of files/directories.

Pressing the Space on a directory under the cursor instantly calculates the occupied size. Pressing Space a second time will toggle the selection of the directory without affecting the selection status of other files/directories. To calculate how much disk space is occupied by the selected files and directories in the active panel select Edit → Calculate Occupied Space. After a small delay, a dialog box will be displayed with total occupied space and the number of files and directories you selected. The space occupied by every selected directory will be shown as if the user just pressed Space on those directories. If the active panel is browsing an archive, the numbers will apply to the unpacked size of the selected files and directories, not their compressed size. After the calculation the selection state will be toggled and the cursor will move one step downwards. Calculating the occupied space on remote file systems is supported.

Note: Performing this operation on a very large file system (thousands of files) may be time-consuming. You can cancel the calculation process at any time by clicking the Cancel button.

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