Custom actions can be used to match commands entered in the collapsed view and use them to quickly perform tasks.
It can for example be use the make shortcuts to commands, but also to send arguments to a website, for quick searching.
By default 4 custom actions are predefined, but you can change this to anything you like. See also the Custom Action Examples in the dedicated wiki page.
You can add a new (empty) action by clicking on the Add (+) button and remove the selected action by pressing the Delete (x) button.
Strings in the Application Finder by the type and pattern or the action. If there is a match, the command is executed as a replacement for the entered string.
( )are recorded for later use.
\plus a number to refer to the corresponding substring.
\1refers to 1st pair of parentheses' match result,
\2refers to 2nd pair of parentheses' match result. A special case is
\0which will be replaced with the entire match.
^ab(.*)fg$and the entered command
\1will be replaced with