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Old 03-22-2009, 08:57 AM
malones malones is offline
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Dave,

Thanks for the quick response. I understand your reasoning now, although I still think excluding stuff on the target would be useful. Recently, for example, my system was corrupted. I had a complete backup that I'd made with superduper about three weeks prior, and I wanted to restore only my system files and apps while leaving the users folders alone (since I didn't want to overwrite 3 weeks of changes). It would be great if I could tell SD to restore only certain folders and not touch anything else, but I guess there's no way to do it -- maybe this could be an option that could be turned on in preferences? Anyway, keep up the great work.

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