Sorry to kick this topic up but does Listary as default drill through all folders starting from root?
For example I create a textfile “test1234.txt” in the root of “d:” , so the path of the new file = d:\test1234.text
Now, if I am in “d:\music” which has a huge list of songs one of them beeing:
If I am in “d:\music” and want to find the “test1234.mp3”, I start to type “test1234” the problem is the textfile in the root of “d:” also get’s found and displayed.
To be clear, search result
What I want, is NOT the “d:\test1234.txt” in my search result as I started to type within "d:\music"
If I understood this topic correctly, Listary should be able to do this on Windows 7 64 bit?
Or is there a setting or special trick I missed?
edit: version 4.22.1679 (Portable)