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 Control The File Drag-And-Drop Action

When dragging a file from one directory to another, you can control the operation that will be performed when you release the mouse button:

In Windows, using Windows Explorer: Right-click and drag, then select the operation you want from the menu that appears. Alternatively if you left-click and drag (drag normally) you can: Hold the <Ctrl> key to force a Copy. Hold the <Shift> key to force a Move. Hold the <Alt> key to force a Create Shortcut.

In Linux, using Konqueror: Drag normally and select the operation you want from the menu.

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