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FileSeek 2.0 Released!

August 26, 2010

I am very happy to announce the release of FileSeek 2.0! This new release adds the ability to copy or delete selected files/folders in the results list, without having to use the Windows context menu. Also, you can now see the size of the files in the results list thanks to the new "File Size" column. In addition to these new features, there are a few interface fixes, and some performance enhancements behind the scenes. As always, I would encourage everyone to update to this new version today.

FileSeek has also found a new home, now located at http://www.fileseek.ca! Giving FileSeek it's own website is long-overdue, and should make it easier to find out everything you need to know about FileSeek. Head over to the new website today, and be sure to download the new version while you're there!

FileSeek 1.9.8 Released!

June 30, 2010

I am very happy to announce the release of FileSeek 1.9.8! This new release adds a couple new search related options, as well as fixing an important issue. Here is a quick rundown on the changes in this new version:

  • Added an option to skip link/junction files and folders (can result in less duplicate file-searching)
  • Added an option to treat the all "Include Files" filters as wildcards (ex: foo is treated as *foo*)
  • Longer proxy passwords weren't saved correctly (everyone will need to re-enter their proxy password)
  • Using the Date Modified filter sometimes showed incorrect "matches found" and "files searched" totals

If you would like to see the the complete list of changes, please visit the FileSeek Change Log. I would encourage everyone to upgrade to this new version today to take advantage of these new options and bug fixes. Thanks everyone!

FileSeek 1.9.7 Released!

May 14, 2010

I am very happy to announce the release of FileSeek 1.9.7! I received some excellent suggestions from a few different people after the 1.9.6 release, and this new release is the result of those ideas. There are also a couple of small bug fixes as well, which are detailed in the change log. Here is a quick list of the things that have changed in this release:

  • Added an option to automatically toggle File and Folder name matching when the Query field is left blank
  • Pressing the "Enter" key while a search result item is selected will now open that result item
  • Remembers the column widths of the search result list
  • Filenames are now correctly matched when the file has no extension

If you would like to see the complete list of changes, please visit the FileSeek Change Log. I would encourage everyone to update to version 1.9.7 to take advantage of these new features. Thanks everyone!

FileSeek 1.9.6 Released!

April 12, 2010

I am very happy to announce the release of FileSeek 1.9.6! I don't normally release new versions so close together, but an important issue was brought to my attention that couldn't wait until the next scheduled release date. This new version fixes a major issue with folder name matching when using the "include files filter". It should now work as expected, without skipping any folders. I also took this opportunity to include a couple of new features as well. The results list now shows each file's correct icon, instead of a generic icon. To make multiple-folder searches easier, there is now a "Browse & Append" button on the main window. If you use this button, the folder you select will be appended to your search path instead of replacing it.

If you would like to see the complete list of changes, please visit the FileSeek Change Log. I would encourage everyone to update to version 1.9.6 as soon as possible so that folder searching will start working as expected. Thanks everyone!

FileSeek 1.9.5 Released!

April 7, 2010

I am very happy to announce the release of FileSeek 1.9.5! This release adds a few requested options, as well as fixing some minor interface glitches. The biggest change is the addition of an option to toggle sub-folder searching. Now you can choose whether to search only the selected folder, or the folder and all sub-folders. Also, the FileSeek window will now remember it's last position and state between uses. This should make it much easier for anyone who frequently opens and closes FileSeek and has to keep moving the window around. To see the complete list of changes, please visit the FileSeek Change Log. Thanks everyone!

FileSeek 1.9.4 Released!

March 1, 2010

I am very happy to announce the release of FileSeek 1.9.4! This release is mostly a bug-fix release, and contains a number of important fixes. The biggest change is the ability to select multiple results items and use the Windows Context Menu, as long as they are in the same folder. Line numbers are no longer shown when using an IFilter search, as the line numbers returned by the IFilter handlers are unfortunately never correct. The last bug-fix allows OpenOffice documents to be properly searched using an IFilter search. For some reason OpenOffice doesn't correctly register it's IFilter components correctly, so a work-around was necessary.

I would also like to let everyone know that you can get settings for the "Open with Other Application" context menu option from here:
http://www.fileseek.ca/ApplicationSettings/

These settings allow you to open a search result item to a specific line number, once the "Open with Other Application" item is configured. This is very helpful for anyone working with source code files, or any other document type where being able to quickly open a document to a specific location is important.

I would encourage everyone to update to the latest version of FileSeek today. Thanks everyone!

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