Search path! Listary beta 4.20.1487


Hi Channing,

You may remember me.

I’ve been begging for an update that would make Listary work with Lucion’s Filecenter. Any chance you could look into it?








Yes, I remember you. However I’m not able to implement FileCenter support :frowning:

Channing said:





@Channing : (1)是搜索结果出来后,使用右方向键,即动作的时候,弹出的动作菜单我想使用打开文件夹,结果在80%的时候会闪一下就消失了。。尤其是在桌面状态下和其它程序激活的同时调用win+s搜索的时候。比如打开浏览器激活的状态下。(2)此外使用右方向键的时候,左方向键又不会返回到上一步了。(3)有时候把关键字删除或删除再切换,具体也不太记的了,会出现bug报告发送界面。

The trailing works here perfectly (i was the one requesting it)
And it’s a HUGE time saver! Thanks!!

It even works with multiple directories


Regarding the wrong working dir of batch files, please see the screenshot




Thanks for the information. I’ll test it.

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@Channing: Shortcuts can’t set ctrl+ctrl it’s so easy way to search 快捷键能设置成 ctrl+ctrl 吗? 这种很方便,但是不支持.

@zhenglongqi 曾经考虑过,但是太容易冲突了。

I’m using Lauchy with Windows + A and Listary with Windows + S. If I want to activate the Launch Apps mode of Listary I have to press Windows + S twice. It would be great to have an extra shortcut to trigger Launch Apps mode directly e.g. with Windows + A. So I could replace Launchy.

Additionally it would be nice if Listary would remember the last input as Launchy does. Sometimes I call repetitive batch files via Launchy and all I have to do is to press Windows + A and then Enter. With Listary I have to type the name of the batch file again.

@martin Listary should remember the last mode. The second time you press Win + S Listary will work in Launch Apps mode directly.

Searching history is definitely something I should work on. It will be added :smile:

Thanks for your hard work, awesome improvements.

Would it be possible to make it also match when search words contain spaces.

Example: [link][1]


Try world\of\tanks\modpa. Any word ends with \ is considered part of the path. You can also type modpa world\tank\

Ok, that works, didn’t try to do it like that.

Looks like a search path + fuzzy search bug:

File’s path:

Trying to find it in Listary:
“temp\fe\10” - works well, the file is shown.
“temp\fe\10gra” - doesn’t work, the file is not found by Listary