I'm using Ranger to navigate around my file system.
Is there a shortcut where I
cd into that folder?
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I found the answer to this in the man pages:
S Open a shell in the current directory
Yes, probably should have read through that before asking here.
You could also use
:cd /path/to/folder if you are already in Ranger.
You can also do it the other way and use
ranger-cd to automatically change the directory in bash after closing ranger with this script.
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