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+++ major new feature + new feature * changed feature % improved performance ! fixed minor bug !!! fixed major bug v3.60.0112 - 04.02.05 22:26 +++ Added revolutionary new mode to Find Files: "Follow folder links". Similar to "Include subfolders", the search will treat folder links (aka "Shell Links to Folders") as if they were subfolders and search the links' target directory as well (again recursing it if necessary). How to create a folder link: have the folder in the file list, then choose the Create Shortcut command from the folder's context menu, then move the newly created *.lnk file where you want to have it. This is a very nice feature. For example, you now can cultivate folder link farms, ie collections of links to various folders in the wildest locations, which you then can search all at once by just running a search on their parent folder. Notes: - "Follow folder links" is independent of "Include subfolders" and both can be freely combined at your choice. - be aware of the possibility to end up in a loop by having links target to each other or to themselves. If this appears to happen, press ESC and check your link logic. v3.60.0110 - 03.02.05 20:50 ! Searching folder links did produce results with defective path specs when "Show Relative Path In Find Results" was enabled. Fixed: now find results invariably display absolute paths in the path column when a *.lnk search was involved.