GoFishh!™ is an application that lets you search for multiple files with a single search query.
Our initial intent was to build a useful photography tool to help search and collect photos. By default, GoFishh!™ is set up for image files (JPG suffix) but can be used for any type of document search.
Many cameras will tag image files with a prefix. Canon uses "IMG_", Nikon uses "DSCN". Some cameras allow you to set your own prefix. You can avoid the repetitiveness of typing these prefixes when doing your search by checking the prefix checkbox. You can change the prefix text to whatever you would like it to be.
Like prefix tagging, this feature can be turned on or off. It helps you avoid repetitive typing of a file suffix, "JPG" as an example. GoFishh!™ uses smart tag checking.
For example, if most of your files are JPGs but you have other files that have a different suffix, you can type in the whole filename along with your list: "23,madeleine2yrs,06,54,12,family06.tif,87". This is a "literal", meaning that GoFishh!™ searches for that file as it has been typed. You can mix and match as many literals into your search. Keep in mind that Prefix and Suffix tagging is suspended when GoFish!! searches for a literal.