Could I use terminal instruction to open the software and automatically write something in search box?

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congmingyige
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Could I use terminal instruction to open the software and automatically write something in search box?

Post by congmingyige » Mon Apr 19, 2021 2:14 pm

e.g. execute the instruction "everything *.md" in terminal ,then the software open(ok), and '.md' isin the search box(not ok)
My aim is to create shortcut to execute the following terminal instruction for conveniently using common everything instruction searchin

Another suitable way(If has, how to do?):
Save the content in the searching box and create a exe file, and next time when I press the exe file, the content is in the searching box.
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NotNull
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Re: Could I use terminal instruction to open the software and automatically write something in search box?

Post by NotNull » Mon Apr 19, 2021 2:24 pm

Try this:

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Everything.exe -search "ext:md"
For more command-line options, see https://www.voidtools.com/support/every ... e_options/

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