File Masks

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R-Linux shows only those files/folders that match the specified file mask. File mask affects files/folders that are processed by the Recover and Find commands.

To specify a file mask,

1Click the File Mask button

Click to expand/collapse Other ways to specify the file mask

Right-click a folder and select File Mask on the context menu

or

Select the folder and select File Mask on the Tools menu
2Specify the file mask on the File mask dialog box and click the OK button
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Mask dialog box

Click to expand/collapse File mask options

You may specify options for All Files, File Extensions, File Masks, and Regular Expressions

Match case

If this check box is selected, R-Linux makes a case-sensitive search.

Show empty folders

If this check box is selected, R-Linux will show folders with no files matching the mask.

Deleted files

If this check box is selected, R-Linux makes a search among deleted files/folders.

Existing files

If this check box is selected, R-Linux makes a search among existing files/folders.

Advanced Options

Size from/up to

Specifies file size limits.

Date

Specifies file date boundaries. Files may be Modified/Created/Last Accessed.

>R-Linux will show only those files that match the specified file masks