Deleting a File causes Total Items Indexed to Increase

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Deleting a File causes Total Items Indexed to Increase

Postby ajschmidt » Tue Jul 16, 2013 2:24 pm

Deleting a File causes an Increase in Total Items Indexed count:
The "items indexed" number that is displayed in X1's lower left corner will INCREASE instead of decrease when you delete a monitored file. However, X1 correctly removes that deleted file from being displayed in any of its search results, so this appears to be an error only with the items indexed counter display.

To reproduce this error: Step 1: Empty the Recycle Bin. Step 2: In Windows Explorer, point to any file that is being monitored by X1, then Copy and Paste it into the same folder. X1 will increase its total items indexed count by 1. Step 3: Delete that newly created copy of the file. X1 will erroneously increase its total items indexed count by 1, instead of decreasing the total back to the original count. Step 4: Empty the Recycle Bin, permanently deleting 1 file. X1 will decrease its total items count by 2, finally getting back to the original, and correct, count.

There are also problems in tracking deleted Folders, since deleting an entire folder, even if it contains 100 files, causes the indexed items count to increase by 1; But individually deleting those same 100 files inside the folder, and then deleting the folder causes the indexed items count to increase by 101. Then as with the other file totals error, when the Recycle Bin is emptied of those 101 items, the indexed items count will decrease by 202.
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