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[done:3.0.116] Burning audio - drag and drop audio tracks

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Hello!

It is impossible to drag and drop tracks from the audio cd's to compose the own CD-Audio mix. I think that is important feature which is included in every common burning software to have. I have respect for ripping-audio possibilities You provide, but sometimes, especially for not advanced PC-users the drag and drop feature for Audio CD is needed.

I think that User should be able to set the temp-directory for composition (becouse he can get the tracks from multiple CD's) and after check if the compilation fits on 1 CD, it should be possible to burn it from temp directory.

I think that this feature is easy to built in your GUI.

Regards,

Tester.

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Hello!

It is impossible to drag and drop tracks from the audio cd's to compose the own CD-Audio mix. I think that is important feature which is included in every common burning software to have. I have respect for ripping-audio possibilities You provide, but sometimes, especially for not advanced PC-users the drag and drop feature for Audio CD is needed.

I think that User should be able to set the temp-directory for composition (becouse he can get the tracks from multiple CD's) and after check if the compilation fits on 1 CD, it should be possible to burn it from temp directory.

I think that this feature is easy to built in your GUI.

Regards,

Tester.


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Thanks for your suggestion! I am adding this to my TODO list but can't say when it will be done, hopefully sooner than later though[:)]

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Fredrik Haglund

Programmer of CDBurnerXP

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