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Assuming you are on 14.04 (using python3), the small script below lists your files recursively in given directory. It identifies the file's mimetype by the file command, as described here file --mime-type -b filename additionally, you can extend the script by adding a command by using shutil (e.g. .move / .copy) at the same level as the print command. ...


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This might be close: find . -type f -exec mimetype {} + | awk -F': +' '{ if ($2 ~ /^image\//) print $1 }' The regex being matched in the awk expression can be easily extended.


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I am not good in scripting but still this can find all files recursively and display it which are of image type using mimetype of files . find . -print0 | while IFS= read -r -d'' f; do file -ib $f | grep "^image/" && echo $f; done


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Th add-on responsible seems to be : Unity Desktop Integration 3.0.2, desactivating it for me resolves the issue. Since I'm using Ubuntu, I wonder what the desactvation of this plugin will cause however.


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In case it helps others, I'm posting what worked for me. It turned out to be evolution, something I had configured a long time ago and had since forgotten about. Careful, this will wipe out your evolution accounts. rm -rfv ~/.config/evolution/sources/* If you don't want to wipe all of your evolution accounts, you have to open each file in ...


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I wanted to add, apart from the answers provided and extending on the answer by Octavian, a simple way of enhancing the search option is by activating type-ahead. With the following terminal line we can make the search more intuitive: gsettings set org.gnome.nautilus.preferences enable-interactive-search false



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