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When I renamed files (by F2) in Krusader on Ubuntu 10.10, only the file name got highlighted for renaming, not the file extension. After I upgraded to Ubuntu 11.04, the whole file including extension is highlighted.

Before (10.10): it_crowd_subtitles.srt

After (11.04): it_crowd_subtitles.srt

It's not a big deal, but I miss the original functionality. Is there any way how to set the file highlighting so only the file name gets highlighted when renaming files in Krusader?

update: it's the same on Ubuntu 12.04

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Go to Settings->Configure Crusader->Panel and uncheck Rename selects extension.

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  • It was there all the time, right under my nose! Many thanks. – Lukas Stejskal Nov 7 '12 at 17:58
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I've used krusader since 9.04 - but I've never really noticed (or paid attention) the selection behavior. I just checked, the issue may not be with krusader - but with KRename.

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  • I think that issue is with Krusader, not with KRename - that's used as an external app with batch renaming, not for single renaming. (+1 anyway, because you gave me the reason to check out KRename and it's an awesome app :)) – Lukas Stejskal Jul 11 '11 at 10:08
  • oops! typo - the issue my not be with krusader -> the issue may not be with krusader ; sorry – Syborgia Alphas Jul 13 '11 at 8:44

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