I'm using Gnome-Do with the "Files and Folders v2.5" plugin. I set it to read my .scripts folder, so that I might run my personal scripts from Gnome-Do. The only problem is that Gnome-Do's standard action for shell scripts is to open them instead of running them. That forces me to Tab and scroll-down every time. How can I change Gnome-Do's standard action?
An example for clarity:
I have a foo.sh executable file inside my .scripts folder. When I type foo inside Gnome-Do, it correctly selects the file and offers the Open action. I then have to Tab, press Down, and hit Enter to select the Run action instead. I would the Run action to be first on the list.
Alternatively, a more appropriate way to integrate Gnome-Do with personal scripts would be fine as well.