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I'm trying to create a smart search which will match the top-level contents of all folders with a specific name. E.g., imagine I apply this search to "foo" in the following folder structure:

/foo/x
/foo/y
/bar/foo/z
/bar/foo/z/a
/bar/foo/b

I would expect to get

x
y
z
b

I naively tried searching for "foo/*", but MacOS search doesn't support wildcards. Any ideas?

  • "top-level contents of all folders" folder z is in folder foo. I believe you should be saying "top-level files of all folders. – historystamp Jul 12 at 21:22
  • See macworld.com/article/2926631/… See document container and raw select under other. I would write it up, but I haven't got the "zen" yet. – historystamp Jul 12 at 21:50

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