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  • ppk
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    Originally posted by Tim View Post
    The closest thing we have to what you describe is the File Compare report. You can select all files in a folder comparison and produce a contiguous report of file differences. Of course, reviewing the differences would be read-only in that case.
    Thanks, this one is close indeed. I guess, if it was possible to fire it up without selecting particular files, that would cover the use case just fine.

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  • Tim
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    Thanks for the suggestion. The closest thing we have to what you describe is the File Compare report. You can select all files in a folder comparison and produce a contiguous report of file differences. Of course, reviewing the differences would be read-only in that case.

    You can also scroll through the differences in one file, and then press Ctrl+M to open the next file pair with differences.

    BTW, we do have a "Flatten Folders" function now, but it ignores folder tree structure rather than the transitions between files.

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  • ppk
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    Feature request: flat folders comparison

    One feature greatly simplifying review of changes would be a flattened folders comparison, where all the files differences are displayed in a long single file comparison-like view. I.e. as if it were just one file, but separated within with the names/paths of the files, differences found within. This way one can avoid a lot of clicking, and just scroll over all the diffs.
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