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Old 12-10-2017, 01:50 AM   #1
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which file contains search bar history keyword?

Every time to run RUNME.sh file, it needs typing ";log runme" in kindle search bar,

When I search some regular keyword in the search bar, kindle always store searched history keyword but not";log runme"

My plan is to find the file which contains search bar history keyword, force write in ";log runme"

e.g I searched "tom and jerry",
then open xterm :
find / -type f -exec grep -l "tom and jerry" {} \;

but find nothing
searched history keyword is not store in file, in memory?
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Every time to run RUNME.sh file, it needs typing ";log runme" in kindle search bar,

When I search some regular keyword in the search bar, kindle always store searched history keyword but not";log runme"

My plan is to find the file which contains search bar history keyword, force write in ";log runme"

e.g I searched "tom and jerry",
then open xterm :
find / -type f -exec grep -l "tom and jerry" {} \;

but find nothing
searched history keyword is not store in file, in memory?


It will probably be in one of the '*.db" sqlite files. I don't know which one off the top of my head.


I have also made a 'booklet' based off KUAL ( which does not work reliably on KOA2 ) that just runs a script, like runme.sh.

I have been thinking of whether it is better to have that just run one script, or let people repackage it, so you could actually have individual programs on your home screen.

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