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Posted by: Admin
« on: March 18, 2014, 23:13:00 »

We add "invert marked selection" in next version
Posted by: saboy
« on: March 18, 2014, 00:23:06 »

Just wanted to say outstanding work on the program.

Was just wondering if at some stage you could add the following to help select duplicates.

Currently you need to select and mark the files you wish to delete, however with so many duplicates (some files can have up to 10 duplicates and there can be 1000's of these sets of duplicates) it becomes cumbersome to select each and every duplicate I want to mark for deletion.  One way I have gotten around this is to select every file in the list and marking them, then going through unmarking the files I want to keep. This works okay except if I happen to miss one, I will be deleting all the files. Is is possible to have a way of reporting which group of files have all the files marked and to produce a log?

Otherwise is there a way to inverse the marking, say I have gone through the duplicates marking the files I want to keep and then doing a "mark inverse" so it unselects the marked files and selects all the other files not marked, so of like the above, but where I dont have to select all files first.

Thanks for listening