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Using 3.0.116

Have not tried 3.5 because you say it is incomplete and has bugs.

Making a Data CD.

Using Joliet mode, it truncates filenames to 64 chars.

Using ISO Level 2 mode, it truncates filenames to 32 chars

AND replaces dashes in filenames with underscores.

The Help file does NOT give these details.

It just refers to the CDR FAQ which has some general information

about the formats and says different programs have different

variations of them.

PLEASE DOCUMENT THE VALUES USED BY THIS PROGRAM.

ALSO, PLEASE GENERATE A WARNING WHEN THE FILENAMES ARE CHANGED.

I burned a DVD containing a HTML file with links to other files.

It is useless because the program changed the filenames, so the HTML links don't work.

The program did not give any warning that it was changing some filenames.

PLEASE CONSIDER PROVIDING A RELAXED SPECIFICATION FOR FILENAMES,

LIKE NERO. It allows over 200 chars in filenames.

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