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+++ major new feature + new feature * changed feature % improved performance ! fixed minor bug !!! fixed major bug v3.60.0154 - 29.03.05 14:47 +++ Added "Finding Tabs", a special type of browsing tabs. How to convert a normal browsing tab into a Finding Tab: - Fine-tune your find files settings and run a search. - Now customize the search result list to your likings (column width, sort order...). - Now click "View/Browsing Tabs.../Finding Tab..." and click OK. A Finding Tab has the following properties: - Find Files settings are individually remembered (also across sessions). - When actively selected or on start-up on a Finding Tab the search starts immediately. Passive selection happens when you close a tab and another one is automatically selected: this does not start a search. - A special icon shows that a tab is a Finding Tab. - You cannot drag anything into a Finding Tab. This means a very simple one-click-access to all the Find Files routines you ever dreamt of. You can for example design yourself a "find suite", a row of tabs with your recurrent find tasks just one click away. Hey, with TrackerV3's ability to load specific configurations (INI files) on start-up you can have thousands of find suites!! + Browsing tabs now remember the following properties individually: - sorted column and sort direction - column order - column widths - focused file These settings are also remembered between sessions. + Browsing tabs now have icons and a clearer design with only the selected tab having a bold face caption. + Now you can edit the fore and back colors of open and closed tabs. * Menu File/Rename Special/Remove Particular Characters... is now called "Search and Replace..."... + ... because I added the possibility to search & replace strings (before, it was only chars and char lists). Search-string and replace-string are separated by '/'. Examples: off/ = Remove all 'off' off/on = Replace all 'off' with 'on' - Removed LaunchToFind (cf v3.60.0055): feature reduction!