Hi there. Thank you for Keybreeze! It's really good, nice, and cool. and neat too. groovy as well.
I had been using Listary for a while, but I don't like the way it attaches to the native file explorer file open dialogue. I get what they're going for w/ that, but IMO: don't mess w/ system dialogues. It's probably a bad idea. Behold: Indeed, I had some issues with Listary delaying the system functionality (perhaps even crashing my third-party file manager app), so i started the daunting search for another option. Keybreeze seems to be that option. :)
I've used Launchy for quite a while. It's cool tool. :)
One would probalby argue that Launcy is it's more basic than Keybreeze and Listary.
With the options provided there, I generally don't come across many files that aren't executables. But, Launchy focuses on being an application launcher first and foremost. I still run into irrelevant files, but that's due to the folders I've selected, and I've included file types like .bat, etc.
I tried doing something similar with Keybreeze, but I've mucked it up, and now have a lot of files that I don't want to see crowding the interface if I type something generic like "browser", or even "firefox", or whatever. I guess I should start by resetting it to the defaults then interacting here at this forum for suggestions on best approach to tweaking.
I went throught the Keybreeze options dialog again. I was initially confused about the diff between the AutoIndex vs Search. I think I understand now, and I've made some changes to my previous customizations so I'll see what happens.
Thanks again for your hard work! Job well done.