makes this solution possible.
1. ALT+SHIFT+F7 Find in separate process in TC
2. Field "Search for:" ev:childfoldercount:3 -> Everything Functions ...
childfoldercount:<count> ... Search for folders that contain the specified number of subfolders.
3. Field "Search in:" is ignored with parameter ev:
4. 'Everything' ... must be ticked!
5. Click on "Start search..."
6. Click on "Feed to listbox"
In such a case, I would recommend the following:
Custom columns view
Configuration > Options... > Custom columns > New > Name: e.g. File name and path
> Add column > click on the "+"-plus sign
choose plugin: tc > click in field "Filter:" enter path
, OK > add Caption: Path
--> Field contents: [=tc.path]
tick "Adjust Tabs to window width" and "Horizontal scrollbar" > OK
Configuration > Options... > View Mode > Add: e.g. Search
Columns view: choose "File name and path
" with dropdown arrow (= name of your Custom columns view) > OK
View Mode <Default>
- Attention: Here you should make settings in case a view mode is ended.
E.g. Columns view: Full, Sort order: Name
Auto Switch Mode
Configuration > Options... > Auto Switch Mode >
Tick "Automatically switch view mode on directory change:" > Add...: Rule (use dropdown arrow) = S: Search result
Set this mode: (use dropdown arrow) = Search
(= name of your View Mode) > OK
The result is the names of the top-most folders which contain 3 subdirectories and the path of the top-most folders.
A button with command: cm_SrcViewMode0
allows the standard/default view to be restored at any time.