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Old 02-26-2007, 03:05 AM
jotaro jotaro is offline
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Add me to the growing list of SD users who want the icons on the target disks preserved. I know nothing about shell scripts or programming or developer tools. So adding some kind of script to SD isn't feasible for me. I, too, find it a little annoying that my choice is to accept the generic icons or manually replace the personal icons each time. So if the script is simple enough for programmers, perhaps the author of SD could add this little icon function to the next update.

I'm assuming that there will be another SD update even though Leopard's arrival is looming. I'm not technical enough to know whether Time Machine will render SD obsolete. I knew TM was coming but purchased SD anyway in light of the good reviews. So I hope SD will continue to be valuable under Leopard and that the author of SD will add a fix for the icons.

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