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View Poll Results: Do you agree with my SD UI Request?
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Old 02-14-2008, 08:29 PM
sdak sdak is offline
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SD UI Suggestion

It would be nice if the Scheduled Copies Window remembered its Columns
Sorting, so that if I want to check if all Schedules ran, it would show it
as: Last Copy Column Active, Last Copy Sorted at the top...

Also One Master Log, listing which schedules ran and when

Or, if it emailed that Log, and recent few logs... Why? In case of a Crash, I would then know which External FWHD is my latest Clone!

If the SD is dead with Internal HD, how am I to know which Clone is my most current?

BTW, is SD gonna be compatible with over the air Time Capsule kind of box?[
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