I thought long and hard about this but the program works the other way round. Setting the 'Pattern' to '*.class' would not show any .gambas files, hidden files, backup files etc. However, I have added the option to search through multiple 'Patterns'...also after my first try I though some more default options would be good like for example "exclude .gambas files / hidden files / backup files / etc" a little for loop on the resulting string after the patern matching was my thought.
New features: -
- You can now search multiple 'Patterns' by separating each 'Pattern' with a comma e.g. *.class,*.form,*.png
- The search time is now displayed
- The context menu now allows you to open a selected folder in your file manager (see Help Requested below)
If 'Desktop.open()' is used to open a folder that's fine, but I have attempted to get your file manager to highlight the actual file. This requires knowing the name of your file manager so that a shell command can be run. (Shell YourFileManager & " " & "/selected/path/to/file")
This means I need to find out what your file manager's name is. Can you run the program, open the 'Option' and see if the correct file manager has been found? If all is well right-click on a displayed file and select 'Show in your File Manager' and let me know if it highlights that file. Thanks.