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
enter to leave the search mode.
Alternatively, install fzf.xplr if you are a fzf user. Or install zoxide.xplr to be able to jump between your most visited directories using zoxide.
UPDATE: Since v0.19.4 xplr search defaults to fuzzy search (plain text/characters), but you can still use regex-search.xplr plugin to utilise regex based search.
Jump to top and bottom
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,
enter to jump to a certain index.
k to jump n lines above the cursor.
j to jump n lines below the cursor.
Jump back and forth history
ctrl-o to jump to the previous jump location, and
ctrl-i to jump to the next jump location.
f to follow symlinks into their actual path.
Go to path (Upcoming in version 0.9.0)
p and type or paste a path to go into that path (if directory) or focus on it.