> I created a backup set based on a selector I built.  After I did the
> first backup to that backup set, suddenly I realized that, oops,
> there are more files I should have included in it.
> Can I now modify that selector, adding another condition to included
> the files I forgot to originally include, and then run an
> incremental backup on the backup set that uses that selector?  In
> other words, can I now run an incremental backup on that backup set
> with the modified, more inclusive selector, and Retrospect will now
> simply add those additional files to the set in the incremental
> backup, and all is well with the world?

Any backup set can include any files, so it's no problem adding more files
(or even different disks) to any backup set.

There are two ways I can think of changing the selector:

Set Selecting to your selector
Click Preview (the original files should be marked)
Mark the files you want to add with a check
Now, highlight all the checkmarks
Save the highlights again to your selector


Mark the new files you want to include
Save the highlights to a new selector
Go to Special>Selectors
Create a new selector that includes both of your selectors


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