有誰知道ACDSee 7.0裡有個selective browsing的功能是做什麼的嗎？
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You can use selective browsing to browse for files that are located in a specific folder, assigned a specific date, and/or assigned to a specific Organize classification. By adjusting the selective browsing criteria, you can quickly include or exclude files from the File List pane, and view only those files you want to browse.
To get the most out of selective browsing, it is recommended that you catalog and organize your files in the ACDSee database. The more information you input for your files, the more helpful you will find the selective browsing feature.
To use selective browsing:
Open the Selective Browsing pane by clicking View | Selective Browsing.
The Selective Browsing pane is divided into three areas: Folders, Organize, and Calendar, each of which corresponds to the Browser pane of the same name. When the Selective Browsing pane is open, the Contents bar in the File List pane is replaced by the Selective Browsing bar, which lists all of the current browsing criteria.