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Old 11-23-2005, 02:00 PM
yoxi yoxi is offline
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maintaining target volume icon

Hello there

Enjoying the ease-of-use of v2, (and free upgrade) thanks.

I've mentioned this before, I think: it'd be good to have an option in the prefs to maintain the volume icon of the target volume. In these days of 'choice is god', many of us out here have our own carefully-chosen icons, themes etc. and as things stand, I have to run a pre-flight shell script to save my icon to a temp file, and then a post-flight script to restore it afterwards.

And I need a separate pre-flight script for each different target volume, unless there's a way to pass the volume name through in the call in prefs?

Any chances of adding the icon save option for saving in the individual backup prefs files?

- yoxi
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