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Opening rar files can be a pain. So, I just came up with this.
It’s for Windows users but should probably work for other platforms (I do not have Mac OS X.)
The idea is that you type in a keyword and it will search everything for the keyword. Then, when you enter the open folder, it will start on the first file that you enter and then click on that file. You can then open it or whatever you want.
The user interface:
I recently found a program that had the functionality you wanted but I couldn’t get it to work. I then came across another program that had the same functionality for Windows but with Linux capabilities.
The program I found was called Gandi. I highly recommend it to anyone who wants to use their URL bar to search the web. I tested it and it works as advertised.
You can download it from the Linux from Steam website.
Gandi is an extension for the GNOME desktop that gives you a context-aware address bar and context menu that knows where you are and where you’ve been. Gandi is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
NOTE: It isn’t compatible with any other versions of Ubuntu.
I have written a script that gives you the same functionality as your youtube search bar by giving you a text prompt to search in several places.
To install the script, you can either paste the below directly into a terminal or run it in the terminal by running the below command.
sudo python -m SimpleHTTPServer 8080
The terminal with https will be listed in your browser.
After pasting the below text, go to the URL in your browser and you should see a prompt to search where you are in the Ubuntu file system.
First: Install python3-argparse
$sudo apt-get install python3-argparse