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  1. Matthew1471

    Relative Paths In DXP File

    Oh definitely. I think it was more that when you update it, that it should state it removed files (like it does when you open a file where something no longer exists). I'm happy working around it for now. Was just a suggestion (in case you move a file while you have a compilation open, then perform an update then don't notice the compilation has removed a file) :-).
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    Relative Paths In DXP File

    Thank you, that's perfect . Okay, should CD XP perhaps warn before removing files from a complilation when you perform "Update Compilation"?
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    Verify Data Disc Only

    As a work-around for data discs, I recommend WinMerge (http://winmerge.org/) and if you have MD5/SHA1 hashes of the files/folders, HashCheck (http://code.kliu.org/hashcheck/).
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    The Star Wars Holiday Special killed my copy of CDburnerXP

    I experienced a similar issue with later Intel Rapid Storage driver, there were also errors in the Windows event log about how a reset had to be issued to the port around about the time applications would just freeze up when trying to talk to the DVD drive. I rolled back to version and noticed optical disc drives started behaving again.
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    Relative Paths In DXP File

    Hi, Firstly - What a fantastic product! And for free! Secondly - Few things I've noticed that maybe someone hasn't reported before about the DXP files? 1. Bug #1, the link to the stylesheet no longer exists: 2. Is there a way to get CDXP to write relative paths into the DXP file? 3. Finally, bug #2, I modified the DXP file in Notepad++ to use relative paths and while it burns okay I've noticed one very interesting quirk, right clicking and selecting "Update Compilation" removes all the files that are in a sub-folder without any warning. CDXP should ideally just deal with relative paths, however I am seeing it as a bug as CDXP should ideally at least warn that the files don't exist anymore when you perform an "Update Compilation" and not just blindly remove them. Hope this helps, Matthew

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