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Have a sushi with Ubuntu
Dec 12, 2018
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If you love quick preview feature in MacOS and you are missing that in your ubuntu, have a sushi and you will be satisfied. Even if you are not a MacOS user, you will get so used to with sushi that you will never get satisfied. You might be thinking what I am babbling about. I am talking about a quick preview of most of the popular file in ubuntu that is provided by gnome-sushi. I have tested with some script files such as py, *r, *md, json. You can also play mp3 and other audio, preview images and pdf with just a spacebar. To install sushi, open up your terminal and run,

apt install gnome-sushi

Most probably, you might need to use sudo as well.

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