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Old 05-15-2009, 10:44 AM
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OK. It's not so much that it's hanging forever. It's that your particular glob expression is expanding to nearly every file in every folder everywhere on your drive. Doing that is going to take a long time.

If you did the same thing with

/Users/Ali/Documents/Lightroom/*.lrdata
/Users/Ali/Documents/Lightroom/*/*.lrdata

(etc) it would work properly.

Note, too -- don't copy Backup - all files and add your stuff to it. Instead, *include* it and then add your commands to the command tab (or include it and your exclude script). That way, if we improve/change "Backup - all files" in the future (something we've certainly done in the past) you will benefit from those changes.
OK, will do. Thanks for the tip -- and I still think you should add simple exclusion by extension

You sir are the definition of customer care Good luck from a fellow programmer and enthusiast SD user!
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