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  • How-to question regarding directory exclusion

    I have a directory in the root of a drive I would like to exclude, but not other subdirectories with the same name elsewhere.

    Example:
    I want to exclude c:\bob
    but I have c:\apples\for\bing\bob and c:\puns\bad\bob that I want to show up.

    I can find no combination to make them show, but exclude the one in my root directory. I tried \bob bob\ \bob\ c:\bob etc but no joy. Any suggestions?

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    Re: How-to question regarding directory exclusion

    To exclude only c:\bob if you load c:\ as a base folder, add the filter -.\bob\ to the Filters: toolbar. The .\ makes the path specific to the base folder.

    If you use -bob\ instead, it will filter out bob folders anywhere in the directory structure.
    Chris K Scooter Software

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