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I prefer Winmerge to Diffmerge.
But the one thing I envy is diffmerge's folder diff feature.

Diffmerge shows, for complecate folders and subfolders, only different files(not folders).
Winmerge shows different files and equal files and subfolders. Winmerge has a feature which can show only different files. But it still shows subfolders. So I have to enter in the subfolders then should check different files.

I'd like to keep using WinMerge.
How do I do this in WinMerge?

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I've JUST come across this and am looking for a solution. I hope you find your answer. –  Dave Jun 23 '11 at 18:42
    
I've already use Beyond Compare but it is not free. It is much better than those ones. –  kokbira Jul 4 '11 at 20:54
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@kokbira: Yes, it is. But it's not free :) –  Benjamin Jul 5 '11 at 1:36
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I still use WinDiff for all of my folder differencing (and TortoiseDiff for code differencing and on the rare occasion when I need to do any significant differencing of binary files, I have found HexCmp to be good). –  Synetech Jul 6 '11 at 6:21

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So easy :)

In Winmerge, go to menu View and uncheck "Tree mode"

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I used diffmerge instead of winmerge for a long time justly because that "feature" that I did not found in winmerge. but after your bounty, I downloaded it and viewed that miraculous option XD –  kokbira Jul 4 '11 at 20:59
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Yes it was so easy. I haven't check Include Subfolders yet. I was mis-using the tool. Thanks. –  Benjamin Jul 5 '11 at 1:48
    
hey, if it solves, assign bounty (click on +50 next my answer) + "the answer" (click on the check next to my answer) 4 me, please :) –  kokbira Jul 5 '11 at 11:56

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