Twin Browser

The Twin Browser helps you to compare the contents of two folders.
The first folders listed is the path to the selected folders, you can not perform any operations on folders in the path. 
The contents of the folders are listed alphabetically, starting with folders and then the files.
If both folders contain a folder with the same name they will be placed on the same row the symbol between them shows their relation.
If a file has a clone with the same name in the corresponding folder they will be placed on the same row. If a file has a clone with another name it will appear as a shadow on the same row. If a file has one or more clones in the same folder they will be appear as 'shadow files' directly underneath it, these rows will also have the same background colour to make it easy to see which files are clones.

The two sides of the browser is synchronized; if you open a folder on one side that have a folder with the same name on the other side the other folder will also be opened so you can compare the contents.
In the Twin Browser you can perform file operations preview image files.


Example of the Twin Browser.

1: Folder1 is the folder selected in the Result List, Folder2 is the folder selected in the Clones List. The symbol in the middle indicates that the folders shares some clones, but both contains files that does not have a clone in the other folder.

2: The folders are on the same row because they have the same name. The symbol in the middle indicates that the folders shares some clones, but both contains files that does not have a clone in the other folder.

3: The folders are on the same row because they have the same name. The symbol in the middle indicates that the folder on the left side shares some clones with the folder on the right side, but also contains files that do not have a clone in the other folder. All files in the folder on the right side has got a clone in the folder on the left side.

4: The folders are on the same row because they have the same name. The symbol in the middle indicates that the all contents in the folders has a duplicate in the other folder. The contents of the folders are the same.

5: The folders are on the same row because they have the same name.  The symbol in the middle indicates that they share no contents. No file in either of the folders has got a clone in the other.

6: Folder7 does not have afolder with the same name in the other folder.

7: File1 has one clone in the other folder, File6. The files does not have the same name so File6 is represented by a 'shadow file'.

8: File2 and File2 are clones with the same name.

9: File3 is a clone of File2 on row 8, both files is located in the same folder (folder1).This is indicated by the 'shadow file'(file3) on row 9 and the same background colour of row 8 and 9.

10: File3 has one clone in the other folder, File2. The files does not have the same name so File6 is represented by a 'shadow file'.

11: File2 is a clone of File3 on row 10, both files is located in the same folder (folder1).This is indicated by the 'shadow file'(file2) on row 11 and the same background colour of row 11 and 10.

12: File4 does not have any clone in either Folder1 or Folder2.

13: File5 does not have any clone in either Folder1 or Folder2.

14: File6 has one clone in the other folder, File1. The files does not have the same name so File7 is represented by a 'shadow file'.

15: File7 does not have any clone in either Folder1 or Folder2.

 

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