"QuickLook" functionality on PureOS?

I’m wondering if someone can tell me if the “Quicklook” functionality that is available on Mac to quickly preview files by hitting the spacebar is available in PureOS? If not, I found this program, Sushi, and wondering if it would be compatible to install in PureOS - https://community.linuxmint.com/software/view/gnome-sushi
Thank you.

Yes, “Quicklook” by pressing the spacebar works on PureOS 9, by way of gnome-sushi / sushi-start.
gnome-sushi comes pre-installed with PureOS 9 “amber”. The same is presumably true of PureOS 10 “byzantium” too, but I haven’t tested that feature out yet.
gnome-sushi is buggy – a lot of really simple things don’t render properly – but it does provide a preview of a surprisingly wide range of file types.

Edited to add:

Here are some of the bugs:

  • gnome-sushi renders black-on-white .png files (if they have an alpha channel) and .svg files as black-on-black, making them illegible.
  • A minor anomaly in a .jpg file can send gnome-sushi into an infinite loop.
  • And a relatively minor bug: gnome-sushi doesn’t wrap text for .txt files.