Indexing of (sub) folders only rather than files
I have a question similar to the one contained in the "Ignore the contents of a folder, but still allow launching of the folder itself" whose solution unfortunately does not apply to my case because i am asking about multiple (sub) folders.
What i would basically like to do is to be able to use gnome-do to open a folder and all its subfolders but without having to also index all the files contained therein.
A practical example is when i use the files and folders plugin to index: /home/username/ with a depth of, say, 10 in order to capture everything. There are thousands of files inside my home directory making the use of gnome-do for that example problematic but only a hundred of them are really important, the folders themselves.
Launchy, for example, has the possibility to add a folder with any depth in the catalog but index only the subfolders found inside (the inteface is only burdened with a checkbox). Is there some way of doing this with gnome-do ? If not, is a feature like this planned for a future release? If the answer is again no, could i, theoretically speaking, offer to help adding this feature ?
thank you and best regards,