I have it running perfectly fine under Wine using watched folders to keep local linux filesystem indexed and using a daily updated filelist of a 30TB NAS. I also altered the editable Context Menu items to launch a script which in turn launches the appropriate linux app. All works great. I would like to know if its possible to add some functionality to add custom entries to the Context Menu item list within Everything Search. I would be able to squeeze a crazy amount of usability out of it on Linux and even pull some tricks on Windows with that addition.
Adding that ability I could essentially recreate all the shell extensions I use in windows/linux but launch scripted linux counterparts instead,
add a custom Copy Path to Clipboard that I could convert to native linux path for pasting in native programs, etc. Wine unfortunately is severely lacking in ability to add system wide context shell extensions.
The only other icing on the cake I could think of is ability to have context menu items able to be inside submenus, so I could have ie a GIT context folder, and items within it to keep the popup from getting unwieldy. Add a display rule for on folder, file, both, and extension filter would complete my fantasy feature
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custom_menu_command1_name=LinuxMenu\GitSubmenu\DoSomethingAwesome custom_menu_command1_rules="file:*.py|*.cpp" custom_menu_command1=$exec(cmd,/c,start,/unix,launchwithlinux.bat "%1")
Thanks for your time David.