Old 04-06-2019, 02:07 AM   #1
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Hello! Is it possible to build in the search engine from Everything? Windows Ntfs only.

Free program sees any files instantly, in contrast to the built-in search.
it would be GRAND! Thank!

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Old 04-06-2019, 02:20 AM   #2
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Sorry, but what do you mean by search engine here, on Recording Technologies and Techniques forum?
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Old 04-06-2019, 05:13 AM   #3
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Sorry, I do not know where to move the topic and how to do it, can you tell me more? ..
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I have used Everything for at least a decade. It's on all my machines and I find it invaluable.
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Hello! Is it possible to build in the search engine from Everything? Windows Ntfs only.

Free program sees any files instantly, in contrast to the built-in search.
it would be GRAND! Thank!

https://www.voidtools.com/en-us/
Yes you can. ctrl+shift+f (Organize Filters)>New> Give the filter a name and enter *.rpp in the Search: box. Click OK. Make sure "Filters" is checked in the View menu and the new filter will appear in the dropdown filter list.

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Old 04-06-2019, 10:12 AM   #6
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Yes you can. ctrl+shift+f (Organize Filters)>New> Give the filter a name and enter *.rpp in the Search: box. Click OK. Make sure "Filters" is checked in the View menu and the new filter will appear in the dropdown filter list.
thanks for Your comments!
filters are very good, like all that the Reaper provides ....
I really like the navigation in MediaExplorer.
If it is possible to change the standard algorithm of the search engine, then it will be possible to find anything in three clicks on the keyboard, and then creatively select by tempo and tone, without waiting ...
The standard search engine is far from perfect, I know this on both Mac and Windows. Maybe there is a universal utility for both open source operating systems, it would be wonderful to see this in Reaper.

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The standard search engine is far from perfect, I know this on both Mac and Windows. Maybe there is a universal utility for both open source operating systems, it would be wonderful to see this in Reaper.
I'm not aware of any, but it should be possible with scripts.
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Yes you can. ctrl+shift+f (Organize Filters)>New> Give the filter a name and enter *.rpp in the Search: box. Click OK. Make sure "Filters" is checked in the View menu and the new filter will appear in the dropdown filter list.
Apologies Hitcher, your OP didn't make clear that you were familiar with Everything. I assumed you had just discovered the program and wanted to be able to find your projects easily.
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