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I want to enter multiple search terms: programming, "software engineering", "computer science"; and get a results for links that contain one word or more.

Also, if it searches only certain folders (or shows what folders the results are in) that would be great.


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These aren't regular expressions, looks more like keywords/tags...? – Daniel Beck Nov 20 '12 at 18:32
As I explained: I want to "get results for links that contain one word or more. – jaja Nov 20 '12 at 19:14
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I don't think LinkMan supports RegEx, but:

What makes Linkman special is its sheer speed that allows you to find your bookmarks quickly. Just start typing a keyword and get results within a second, even with very large databases. By default Linkman uses wildcards and the AND operator to combine search terms, but you can also use OR, AND NOT and the "-" sign in your searches. Example: a search for news computer -games will find all links containing the keyword news AND the keyword computer, but NOT containing the keyword games.



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