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I am newbie for Krusader, always work with Total Commander. So is possible to add like in Total Commander custom icons and command to execution in Krusader? I would like configure something like my working environment - with shortcuts, script to execute etc. Or I should choose another file manager? Thanks.

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I don't understand your question. Are you trying to import your Total Commander configuration into Krusader? Or are you trying to duplicate a similar functionality, and if so, which? –  Gilles Jun 30 '12 at 13:24
    
Duplicate a feature - put on toolbar links for execute programs. Should I add more details? –  user710818 Jun 30 '12 at 14:01
    
Yes, please add a short description of the feature you want to duplicate, so that people who know Krusader but not Total Commander can help you. –  Gilles Jun 30 '12 at 14:03
    
Please.e.g. add on toolbar icon of Eclipse and if I click on this icon Eclipse should be started. –  user710818 Jun 30 '12 at 17:00

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If you mean what I think you mean then yes, that is possible

In Useractions > Manage User Action you hit Create new useraction. Here you can configure your shortcut to Eclipse. You'll need at least Identifier, Title (eg. Eclipse) and Command (eg. /opt/eclipse/eclipse). If you need to, you can also change the Advanced Properties of the shortcut to change its behaviour depending what you are doing in your file panes (for instance, only working when you have an Eclipse project file selected).

Next, in Settings > Configure Toolbars with the Main Toolbar selected simply add your new shortcut to where you need it to be on your toolbar.

You can configure as many User Actions as you like.

e2a - Don't forget to add an icon to your User Action so you can see it in your toolbar. The one that comes with Eclipse (eg. /opt/eclipse/icon.xpm) should do you fine.

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It works. Thank you very much! –  user710818 Jul 1 '12 at 2:11

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