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Master Dolphin in KDE 4

Oct 07, 2009, 07:34 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Tavis J. Hampton)

"Breadcrumbs vs. Location Bar

"Konqueror has a web-browser-style location bar that allows you to type in the file path you want to reach. Dolphin introduced a feature to KDE called breadcrumbs. Each folder in a path hierarchy is a button that you can use to navigate back any number of steps. If you prefer the location bar method or ever need to type a path in directly, move your mouse to the end of the path until the mouse pointer turns into a cursor selection. Then, just click. To revert back, click the check. You can also turn the location bar on by default in the settings. To toggle back and forth, you can also use Ctrl+L."

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