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Ok, yeah.

Like Windows' ability to unzip a .zip file and either report the subfile/subfolder as an entity.

So essentially this explanation can account for overstated file count and size.

But what about the fact the search is specifically FOLDER but it returns FILE count?

Just seems odd to me.

Thanks.
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