graphical front-end for the linux find command
graphical interface for the powerful command find
pip install qtfind
To avoid running the app from the command line, you need to add it to your apps menu:
- Download this script
- Open the terminal and
cdto the location of
chmod u+x setup.sh
Head to your apps menu, type qtfind or you can find it under Accessories.
:mag: QtFind is a graphical interface for the powerful command find.
:mag: QtFind is designed with new comers to linux in mind.
:mag: QtFind also reveals the full command of the selected combination.
:mag: QtFind is made with PyQt5
from the man page
GNU find searches the directory tree rooted at each given file name by evaluating the given expression from left to right, according to the rules of precedence.
This program comes with absolutely no warranty. See the GNU General Public Licence, version 3 or later for details.
- Default and dark (4 tones) themes
- Show/Copy constructed command
- Interrupt search
- Most of find options available (refer to
man findfor more information)
Report a bug
Dark theme (tone: green):
- Added About Qt
- Minor changes
- Fixed issue saving settings in different Linux distros (dbm related)
- Clean-up code
- Initial release
Copyright :copyright: 2019 - amad3v
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