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+++ major new feature + new feature * changed feature % improved performance ! fixed minor bug !!! fixed major bug v3.60.0122 - 15.02.05 17:48 *+* Total revision of the Find Files/Date tab. Added "in the last" section, which made the "Keep it relative" checkbox obsolete (sorry, Albert). Searching within relative time ranges is much more comfortable now. Tips: - To search "this [time unit]" enter 0 (zero) into the number field. For example, searching for "0 day(s)" will find files within this range: 15.02.2005 00:00:00 15.02.2005 15:43:48 Searching for "1 day(s)" will find files within this range: 14.02.2005 15:43:48 15.02.2005 15:43:48 - Workday calculation ignores holidays: it simply counts Monday to Friday as days and omits weekends. "This workday" is treated as "this day". - Use up and down arrow keys to spin the number field. Valid numbers are from 0 to 32767 inclusively (all units). Uhm, "in the last 32767 years" however would be illegal date value. The earliest date allowed is 01.01.100. Files older than that have to be submitted at your local archaeological museum. Although it's mostly superfluous now, I kept the popup menu at the "between/and" section because it's handy and still useful when entering absolute time ranges. There's a new command "From 'in the last'" which translates the current relative range into an absolute one.