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Old 11-16-2005, 12:49 PM
prestonholmes prestonholmes is offline
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2.0?

Will something like this be possible in 2.0? For now I'll just write it in the applescript that if exists volume A, use A settings, else if exists volume B use B settings. Am I going to have to delete the SDTargetSource property from the settings file if SD is left open all the time, or is that only an issue on being launched from a settings file?

Hopefully in addition to the kickass improvements in the scheduler, you guys are working on more complete applescript support for all those unforseen situations and scenarios.

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Originally Posted by dnanian
Sorry, Preston, you can't: you'd have to use two different sets of saved settings, because the low-level ID of the drive is different. We don't really look at the name, because it can be changed outside of SD!, and we wouldn't want to copy to a drive that *happened* to be named the same, but could be a different drive...
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