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README.md and usage.py - update help text

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Arxcis committed Jul 16, 2019
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  2. +1 −1 goto/commands/usage.py
  3. BIN docs/multiopen.gif → images/goto-many.gif
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## Goto
v1.4.4
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## Goto
## Goto
v1.5.3
>>>>>>> develop
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*Used to add and jump to shortcuts.*

```
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The basics
goto <magicword> Go to shortcut
goto add <magicword> <url or path> Add shortcut
goto update <magicword> <url or path> Update shortcut
goto rm <magicword> Remove shortcut
goto show <magicword> Show url of shortcut
goto list List all shortcuts
goto list -v With the urls printed
Working with folders and files
goto <magicword> Goto will cd to a folder shortcut by default.
goto cd <magicword> cd in terminal
goto open <magicword> open in finder/file explorer
goto -o <magicword>
If you add a shortcut to a folder, and name it "code"...
goto add code <path to folder with code>
...this command will open folder with Sublime Text
goto subl
...IntelliJ: goto idea, VSCode: goto vscode
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The basics
goto <magicword> Go to shortcut
goto [<magicword>...] Go to one or more shortcuts
goto add <magicword> <url or path> Add shortcut
goto update <magicword> <new url/path> Update shortcut
goto rename <magicword> <new name> Rename shortcut
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goto open <magicword> Open in finder/file explorer
Launching Code editors
goto subl Opens Sublime Text in code folder*
goto subl Opens Sublime Text in code folder*
goto idea Opens IntelliJ in code folder*
goto vscode Opens Visual Studio Code in code folder*
* requires a magicword named code pointing to a folder.
goto add code <path to folder with code>
>>>>>>> develop
```


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## Features

### Open multiple things with one command
### Goto many things with one command

![multiopen](./docs/multiopen.gif)
![goto-many](./images/goto-many.gif)


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project help Consult my brother in command
The basics
goto <magicword> Go to shortcut
goto [<magicword>...] Go to one or more shortcuts
goto add <magicword> <url or path> Add shortcut
goto update <magicword> <new url/path> Update shortcut
goto rename <magicword> <new name> Rename shortcut
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