Note: Because of some fundamental changes in certain modules I'm very interested to hear from users of Win98 or ME whether the Find Files still works as expected. Let's hear it, folks!
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+++ major new feature + new feature * changed feature % improved performance ! fixed minor bug !!! fixed major bug v3.50.0149 - 16.08.04 20:34 +++ Find Files: added Regular Expressions (RegExp) as an additional way to define search patterns. The "normal" pattern syntax and the RegExp syntax can not be mixed. To mark a search term as RegExp pattern simply prefix it by the character ">" (the "Name" label turns blue to show that the term will be interpreted as a RegExp pattern). NOTE: RegExp functions depend on vbscript.dll, which must be (and from Win98 onwards usually is) present in the Windows system directory. Note also that at the very first RegExp search after starting Windows, the initialization of the RegExp object might take a couple of seconds. Any subsequent search will be very fast. Information on RegExp syntax see "Introduction to Regular Expressions": http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us /script56/html/reconIntroductionToRegularExpressions.asp * Find Files interface: changed "Named" to "Name", and "Look in" to "Location". Just to remind me to update the help file... * Info panel jump-sizing (min/max toggling): again, there are new ways to do it (hey, it's good for your brain to change your habits once in a while): New Keyboard shortcut: Ctrl+Numpad+ (Add sign). Mouse: Double click the splitter. Works left and right, but left is the recommended way. + Keyboard shortcut Ctrl+P is reassigned to what it was before: Ctrl+P: Copy Filename with Path to Clipboard (works only if item is selected in ListView)