In Timeshift, when I click on Browse Files, it does nothing. I want to copy files from one snapshot to the current one. In Rsync mode (in EXT4 filesystem) it was working well. Is it so that in BRTFS file format snapshots cannot be browsed?
OK. I'll try to loging in to root and checking it. If I restore to a snapshot, in BRTFS, selecting @home also, will Music, Documents, etc. files stay in the home directory, or will it be removed as in that snapshot these files were not there? In Rsync, there is an option to select All files, Hidden files and None, but in BRTFS it doesn't exist.
I want to restore a snapshot, and to have normal files in Home directory (Music files, Documents, etc.). I also want @home to be restored because something got wrong with some KDE settings, it started looking like Plasma's default theme, also autostart applications were gone. So what I thought was that to restore to the previous snapshot, including @home to get the default settings of Garuda back and then browse and copy the files back to the restored snapshot.
You must know where you pointed Timeshift.
I set up systemd to mount my external drives as /mnt/T3 - in Timeshift I selected it as /dev/sdc.
Then Timeshift sets up it's own folder there and mounts it as /run/timeshift
But you can still browse the folder with Dolphin...
However, not so sure about BTRFS because I use rsync...