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Re: [Question #404662]: How to access file search?


Question #404662 on budgie-remix changed:

Wilfredo gave more information on the question:
Oh that's right---I had found that when I first posted, just forgot. Isn't
redundant, though? As in, both Super and Alt+F2 provide essentially the
same functionality: open a thing where I can start typing app names and
launch them.

I want to use Super to launch Synapse or FSearch (still trying both out),
but so far, the top-left menu keeps popping up.

On Wed, Dec 14, 2016 at 2:38 AM fossfreedom <
question404662@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Your question #404662 on budgie-remix changed:
> https://answers.launchpad.net/budgie-remix/+question/404662
> fossfreedom posted a new comment:
> The 33 second mark thing is launched via ALT+F2 - it is a keyboard
> shortcut to search for applications.
> Not sure with the settings option - probably sets the defaults for
> nautilus (files) searching.
> Usually if you define a custom keyboard shortcut, it recognises a
> potential clash and disables the clash capability.
> What is the keyboard shortcut you want to use?
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