I have a Name > Match regular expression filter that begins with a
^ to ensure matching from the very first file/folder name character.
In a local folder, e.g.
C:\Temp, a file named
foo.txt will be coloured by the filter (I have a label assignment that uses this very filter), but the file copied to a location somewhere under
mtp://... (my phone) doesn't get coloured / assigned a label.
^ from the filter fixes the issue as the file of the same name now colours in both file displays (local & MTP).
Other label assignments of mine that use regex to colour items, do so just fine in the MTP file display, it's only when
^ is introduced that I've noticed my label assignment colours stop having effect.
Maybe other locations, such as network
:// locations, are affected too?
I could be misunderstanding something, but my intuition is saying that this shouldn't be.
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