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Cuneyt 12-21-2005 06:55 AM

Total size copied
 
While copying, SD displays the count and size total, but when finished it only shows the count of files copied. Is it poosible to show also the size copied?

dnanian 12-21-2005 08:09 AM

It's possible, of course. We'll consider it for the future: note, though, that the information is available in the log.

sjk 12-30-2005 04:11 PM

I'd also like more final summary info included in the main SD! window. Basically, the same stuff that's displayed while SD! is running. Thanks.

macfeller 12-30-2005 06:20 PM

Adding my vote
 
I, too, woould like the info. Not sure why other than curiosity. Yes, it's available in the log, but I think it could be in the main GUI without clutter.

And while on the subject of wishes, my latest is for multiple options for "On successful completion." As is it's choose one only. My PowerBook suffers from the failure to sleep issues well documented by everybody but Apple. I have some nifty ways to deal with it but none that would be as elegant as simply having SD! Quit and Sleep the machine when done.

dnanian 12-30-2005 09:32 PM

Well, we'll quit regardless, macfeller. So, set it to sleep when done. As long as you have no other backups pending, that'll work...

macfeller 12-30-2005 10:39 PM

Oh.
 
I thought it went back to the window wherein ther was the OK button. If it quits regardless, why is Quit even an option?

dnanian 12-30-2005 10:44 PM

Quit is an option for when you're running manually. But, if you're running scheduled, we quit if the app wasn't running beforehand, and leave it running if it was.

macfeller 12-30-2005 10:57 PM

Ok
 
That explains it, sort of. But, I do not do scheduled. I do run daily but do so in a way that when I run SD! I want it to Quit and my machine to Sleep. Presently my way of doing that is decidedly UNelegant. Why not give the options? I paid the developer of Pause ( <http://www.versiontracker.com/dyn/moreinfo/macosx/26158> ) some $$ cause his app helps in my convoluted schemes. His app also has options to Quit and Sleep.

dnanian 12-30-2005 11:00 PM

Ah. Well, we'll certainly consider this in the future.

macfeller 12-30-2005 11:09 PM

Heh.
 
That's all I'm asking. I can't believe more folk wouldn't find it useful. Nor, since the Pause kid (and I do mean kid) could do it, that it's all that hard.

Whatever. Thanks for this wonderful tool. Since I am prone to experimentation and other means to screw my machine over, I frequently have cause to giggle when SD! saves my butt.

dnanian 12-31-2005 09:33 AM

It's almost never a matter of something being hard to do, actually (though some things are). Rather, it's a matter of trying to simplify things to the point where they cover most things, without adding excessive complication.

We knew, of course, that there were other combinations of things that could be wanted as "on completion" actions. But, when you start combining them, where do you stop? Do you turn it into a big set of checkboxes? What about things that aren't legal together? Two pop-ups, with a volume action and a "termination"?

You get the general idea. Suddenly, a simple list of items becomes more complicated, both in UI and in semantics.

Sure, the "kid" did it. But, maybe he shouldn't have. ;)

macfeller 12-31-2005 07:11 PM

To you and yours ...
 
Happy New Year!

dnanian 01-01-2006 09:24 AM

And to all of you!


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