Today I renamed a big directory that has lots of data, lots of source code, and lots of subfolders.
Everything is fine, except for EasyFind: The last time I used EasyFind, I searched inside that directory.
Now, EasyFind insists the directory still exists with the old name, and it’s even able to find results inside the old name!!
The strange thing is that if I browse the directory tree when I click “select”, the new directory doesn’t appear, and the old one is still there.
I’m using 10.12.6 Sierra, if it matters.
BTW, yes, I rebooted my Mac, just in case Finder had to sync something. The issue persists after rebooting. EasyFind is the only affected app, the rest of apps are able to see the directory with the new name only.
I’m looking inside my “Library” folder, searching for some EasyFind preferences file, or cache, or anything that could be the reason of the problem, but for the moment I didn’t find it.
Thanks for any hints on this!!