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Typing characters is the most usual way of inserting text into the input
line. Key sequences starting with printable ascii characters are not
gitfm so typing a for example results in inserting
a at the current point position. Of course, there are some other
ways of inserting text into the command line and here there is a
description of most of them.
Copy the current entry name into the input line at the current point position (‘entry-to-input-line’).
ESC ESC RET
Copy the other panel path into the input line at the current point position (‘other-path-to-input-line’).
Copy the names of all the selected entries into the input line at the current point position (‘selected-entries-to-input-line’).
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