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I would like to search all files in a subdirectory where the filenames match an expression (e.g. *.html) in my project.

In zsh or Vim one would use an expression like this:


Is there an equivalent with the Sublime Text 3 search and replace?

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  1. Ctrl+Shift+F to open the Find/Replace bar
  2. Click the ... button next to the Where field and Add Folder
  3. Browse to subdirectory/
  4. Click the ... button next to the Where field and Add Include Filter
  5. Replace the auto-filled *.txt part of the Where field with *.html
  6. Fill out the Find and Replace fields as you desire, and click either Find or Replace buttons to the right of the fields.

This will result in a Where expression such as:

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Awesome - much appreciated. – Brian M. Hunt Oct 24 '13 at 14:55

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