I've been using FARR for quite some time, it especially grew on me in the last few weeks, where I've gotten used to use Ubiquity (a Firefox add-on that works by text commands) in Firefox and FARR in windows.
I use alot less mouse now, and I'm faster working on my system, along with several shortcuts, it's just great.
I work with a lot of linux machines I access with Putty and web access, I have a hirarchy of folders with shortcuts that open sessions whenever I need, and I access them via FARR, it works for me (maybe there are other solutions, but I like the "there's more than one way" motto) even if it's not the best way.
Anyhow, I can run quite a lot of these shortcuts, but there's no reason for me to keep them in the history.
My question: Is there a way to mark exceptions for the history? or at least group some commands to have a lower score?
That is, select a folder or keywords that don't go into the history list?
Thanks for a great application.