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    Hi,
    Can anybody let me know how to open multiple different files in different new tabs.
    Is this option is available in Beyond Compare.

  • #2
    Hello,

    This should be the default behavior. It is controlled in the Tools menu -> Options, Tabs section: Open New sessions or Child Sessions in new tab.

    If you then launch multiple comparisons from the interface or command line, each new compare will load files in new tabs.

    Or if you load the parent folders, you can run a Rules-based scan on the files, and view the list of different files. Then double click into a specific file, and use the Next Different File command to hop to the next file when needed.
    Aaron P Scooter Software

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Aaron View Post
      Hello,

      This should be the default behavior. It is controlled in the Tools menu -> Options, Tabs section: Open New sessions or Child Sessions in new tab.

      If you then launch multiple comparisons from the interface or command line, each new compare will load files in new tabs.

      Or if you load the parent folders, you can run a Rules-based scan on the files, and view the list of different files. Then double click into a specific file, and use the Next Different File command to hop to the next file when needed.
      Hi Aaron,
      Thank for reply.
      My doubt is different When I do folder comparison. I got 20 file are different.
      I want to open these 20 files at single shot in new tabs(I means 20 new new tabs has to be opened).
      Does like this option is available.

      And also please let me know how to run form command line

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      • #4
        Hello,

        Use the Tools menu -> Options dialog, Open With, and define a new Open With: named BC4:
        "C:\Program Files\Beyond Compare 4\BCompare.exe" "%f1" "%f2"
        Accepts Files (and optionally folders)
        Multiple Instances enabled.

        You can then select multiple files, right click -> Open With -> BC4

        The command line would be the same as the above command line, if done manually:
        bcompare.exe "file1" "file2"
        bcompare.exe "file3" "file4"
        bcompare.exe "file5" "file6"
        Aaron P Scooter Software

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Aaron View Post
          Hello,

          Use the Tools menu -> Options dialog, Open With, and define a new Open With: named BC4:
          "C:\Program Files\Beyond Compare 4\BCompare.exe" "%f1" "%f2"
          Accepts Files (and optionally folders)
          Multiple Instances enabled.

          You can then select multiple files, right click -> Open With -> BC4

          The command line would be the same as the above command line, if done manually:
          bcompare.exe "file1" "file2"
          bcompare.exe "file3" "file4"
          bcompare.exe "file5" "file6"


          Ihank you so much it is working fine.

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