Ctrl+R (or whatever) opens a panel at the bottom with the name of the currently selected file/folder filled-in. ESC to cancel or edit the name and ENTER to rename.
I think I suggested this or something like it in an earlier post. It doesn't really fit in with the UI as you've built it, but it doesn't break anything either and it's fairly economical as a design.
What I'm basically looking for in terms of behavior is the FuzzyNav equivalent of pressing F2 in my file manager
It might be possible to do all of this in the Go To panel, but maybe breaking up the process in two panels would assist the user. Or maybe not.
One note, related to the fuzziness. Can you provide an option to use the currently selected file/folder, even if it's not the only one? I suspect it might be a really bad idea, but I would like to try it out.
I think the case sensitivity might be sufficient coupled with the note above.
Thanks for trying
I've got rather used to the ambiguity. Using FuzzyNav is sometimes like taking a deep breath and going underwater.
(You should probably skip this next paragraph.)
I discovered another file-mangerish plugin a few weeks ago. What that plugin did was to add a row at the top of the panel which indicated the current path. Would that be possible for FuzzyNav? Some creative typography will be required to distinguish it from the other rows, but I think that should be okay. It will deduct one row from what you readily see, but I think the improvement in usability would be worth it.
Damn. I hadn't thought of this.
Don't worry about it. I am very grateful for the time you've already spent on this plugin.
But, in terms of prioritising stuff, the next (and final) step would be to (somehow) hook FuzzyNav into the save process. (I recall you had told me to hold on with this request until your release FuzzyNav; I'm just being impatient. Sorry )