Linux Mint 18.0 Cinnamon Edition has a start menu, which can quickly be launched with the
windows key. Typing thereafter brings up search results, which have a functional or descriptive relation to the typed content. This is something the vast majority of users is aware of.
I often use this to quickly launch folders, files or programs. For instance, typing
windows key + "goo" + enter
launches Google Chrome on my PC, since this would be the closest match.
But this doesn't always work as I intend, for example typing
windows key + "dow" + enter
would launch "Effects", when I actually want to launch the Download folder.
The search is not wrong - there are good reason for all the shown results - but if I type "dow", I always want to launch the Download folder.
QUESTION: Can I somehow adjust which results are shown/hidden for certain typed strings? If not, is there any other possibilty to change the behaviour of the search to above described liking? I have no problem to manually type somewhere
"dow" --> /home/username/downloads "lalala" --> libreoffice ...
I value the intelligence of the LM search, so I don't want to break it. There are just specific moments when I know what I want, and LM doesn't.