As it is, Jump to proceeds in an alphabetical manner (regardless of sort order), starting with the first character of a file name.
Perhaps an option to use, say the forward slash key to initiate a wildcard search of the results.
(Then maybe even something like up/down-arrow to find the previous/next result fitting the criteria.
With any other key/action aborting the Jump to at that point.)
So, if you had:
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01 Friendly Fires - Jump In The Pool.mp3 02 Scooter - Jumping All Over The World.mp3 02 The Jump Off.wma Boz Scaggs - Silk Degrees - 03 - Jump Street.mp3 Jethro Tull - 1987 Crest Of A Knave - 03 - Jump Start.mp3
/J, would take you to, 01 Friendly.../J/ump In...
/J*S, would take you to, Boz Scaggs.../J/ump /S/treet...
& from there, a down-arrow, would take you to, Jethro Tull.../J/ump /S/tart...
/J*Sta, would, as you're typing, take you to, Boz Scaggs, then as you enter the 'a' part of the Jump, immediately jump you to, Jethro Tull... /J/ump /Sta/rt...
(I suppose, in the above scenario, /J*S, actually finds, /J/ethro Tull...Jump /S/tart... rather then, Jethro Tull.../J/ump /S/tart.)
(While good in theory, well especially since I suggested it , not sure how much benefit there might be in practice?)
Then in the results list...
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00 - My Love is Like a Red Red Rose.mp3 ... Red Dust.mp3 ... Red Hot Chili Peppers - Californication.mp3 ... Red Hot Chilie Peppers - Suck My Kiss.mp3 ... (then, as it is, waaaay down the list...) ... Uriah Heep - Blood red roses.mp3
R, takes you to, Red Dust
Red H, takes you to, Red Hot
/R, leaves you at, 00.../R/ed Rose
/Red*Rose, leaves you at, 00.../Red/ /Rose/
down-arrow, takes you to,
Uriah Heep - Blood /red rose/s.mp3