up: move the cursor up
down: move the cursor down
right: Enter into directory
left: Leave directory
l are mapped to the arrow keys as you'd expect from any vim inspired program.
/ and then type any regular expression to search files and folders in the current working directory.
While in search mode, you can use
ctrl-p to move the cursor up, and
ctrl-n to move the cursor down. Use
right keys to enter into or leave directories without leaving the mode.
When you are done, press
escape to leave the search mode.
g to jump to the top and G to jump to the bottom.
Jump to index
Type any number (let's say n) and then,
enterto jump to a certain index.
kto jump n lines above the cursor.
downor j to jump n lines below the cursor.
ctrl-o to jump to the previous jump location, and
ctrl-i to jump to the next jump location, like you'd do in vim.
f to follow symlinks into their actual path.
p and type or paste a path to go into that path (if directory) or focus on it.