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Old 11-29-2007, 10:02 AM
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Cool Feature request - turn off Time Machine on clone

I know you are buried in doing a Leopard compatible version of SD!, but could you consider this for a future feature. In order not to mess up Time Machine, if one boots to a clone to do maintenance on a boot drive, for example, one must quickly turn off Time machine manually (to prevent TM from eating up space by backing up the clone), also, one must turn off .mac synching to avoid losing data, and one must make changes to the drives that spotlight indexes.

So,,,,, would it be possible to make a clone, but with some options, like ---
- Turn off TM in clone
- Turn off mac synch in clone

Since the TM option is an "on/off" switch in a system preference would this be difficult?

Just a thought.
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