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When I right click on a file in the structure section of texstudio, one of the options is "show in explorer". Is there a way to define a shortcut for this option.

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Keyboard shortcuts can be assigned only to Menu entries and to some basic editing functions as shown in the manual.

You can use a script in a personal macro and assign a keyboard shortcut to it.

This script will open the file explorer in the folder of the current file in the editor (uncomment the appropriate line for your operating system):

%SCRIPT
// needs TeXstudio v2.11.0 or newer
filename = app.getCurrentFileName()
workingDirectory = filename.substring(0, filename.lastIndexOf("/"))
//system("explorer .", workingDirectory) //for windows - tested
//system("xdg-open .", workingDirectory) //for linux - tested
//system("open .", workingDirectory) //for mac - untested
  • Worked like a charm for windows. But can explain more about the system command. I have other issues by this command in windows – Hamid Aug 12 '16 at 22:41
  • Dear alwaysask. please kindly see the link tex.stackexchange.com/questions/321534/… for example. – Hamid Aug 12 '16 at 23:02

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