I created this custom alias:
1000>>>photo>->photo $$1 | dosearch C:\-- photo\$$1>+>^photo (.*)
When typing "photo test" in FARR the only results I get are subfolders in C:\-- photo\ with "test" in the name, no file file matches. When I type "photo test jpg" do I get matching images from subfolders.
If I change the alias to
1000>>>photo>->photo $$1 | dosearch C:\-- photo\$$1 -\>+>^photo (.*)
then "photo test" gives only file matches, no folder matches.
But can I change the alias so that "photo test" returns BOTH matching images and matching folders?
(A related idea (I think this has been mentioned before but here goes anyway): it would be great if Pattern Scoring could be used to not only increase/decrease the score but also momentarily prioritize searching some specified folder in a way that overrides the Search Folders list. So for example, if a search pattern includes "photo" a custom pattern scoring entry could instruct FARR to then first search a specific folder, and only after that follow the regular Search Folders list.)