(BTW: I am familiar with Total Commander since Middle Age on the PC, when it still was named Windows Commander - and yes: it is extermely useful and I had and have installed it, always as one of the very first installations after a new setup of a computer, on ALL my digital devices …!!
Feels like a part of my looong digital biografy, starting in the early eighties - but that is a completely different story … )
Yes, of course - but an old roule says “it is better to do something with one click, than to do it with 3 clicks” (here: click = tap) and even better than one long press followed by two taps
But indeed the “Open with” function was the way I found out the command to enter …
Yes; the “Total Commande” was a good successor for the “Norton Commander”, but if you work with Linux, try the “Krusader”. For me it is a more than worthy successor for the “Total Commander”, just the “Drag and Drop” function with the mouse is a great tool!