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To edit file selected in panel go to //File(s) > Edit//. The command by default opens the file in an [[ui_editor|internal editor]]. You can make the command open the file in any external editor in [[ui_pref_editor|preferences]]. From submenu //File(s) > Edit (alternative)// you can open the file in any of configured editors, or even ad hoc editor (//Edit With//). By default the file is also opened in editor when double-clicked((If resolving of symbolic links is disabled or not possible, double-clicking file is always interpreted as attempt to enter it, just in case it is unresolved symbolic link to a directory.)) (this can be changed in [[ui_pref_panels#double-click|preferences]]). To edit file selected in panel go to //File(s) > Edit//. The command by default opens the file in an [[ui_editor|internal editor]]. You can make the command open the file in any external editor in [[ui_pref_editor|preferences]]. From submenu //File(s) > Edit (alternative)// you can open the file in any of configured editors, or even ad hoc editor (//Edit With//). By default the file is also opened in editor when double-clicked((If resolving of symbolic links is disabled or not possible, double-clicking file is always interpreted as attempt to enter it, just in case it is unresolved symbolic link to a directory.)) (this can be changed in [[ui_pref_panels#double-click|preferences]]).
-You can create new empty file using command //File(s) > New > File//. The command asks for name of the new file and then opens your default editor. Note that you can use the command also to open an existing file by typing in its path to avoid need to navigate first to its location. +You can create new empty file using command //File(s) > New > File//. The command asks for name of the new file and then opens your default editor. Note that you can use the command also to open an existing file by typing in its path to avoid need to navigate first to its location. You can open multiple files this way by separating their paths with semicolon ('';'').
To open selected file in an associated application use //File(s) > Open//. This way you do not need to configure external editor for each file type. However you will not be able to set an additional options. To open selected file in an associated application use //File(s) > Open//. This way you do not need to configure external editor for each file type. However you will not be able to set an additional options.

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