So far I was tring to keep options affecting local files on Commander tab. The reason is that you have the local panel with NC-interface only.
Yes, that it sensible. However, there is already one option in the Panels area which applies to local files: "Delete local files to Recycle Bin".
I suppose one option is to have two different versions of the "Operation to perform on double-click of file" option: one on the Commander tab, and one on the Explorer tab. One could also argue that some of the other things on the Panels tab could apply independently to the local panel and to the remote panel, so again these could be duplicated in Commander and Explorer. Alternatively, you could have separate tabs for local and remote panels. But things are getting complicated then!
Just a small point (completely unrelated]: I just noticed the option "Remember panels state when switching session". This should either be
"Remember panel's state when switching session" or "Remember panels' state when switching session" [apostrophe]
"Remember state of panel when switching session" or "Remember state of panels when switching session"
In each case, the first option is correct if you are talking about just one panel, and the second is correct if you are talking about two (which I think you are, if this option can apply to both panels when the user has the Commander interface).