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No way to add an .ISO by dragging-and-dropping

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When I drag-and-drop .ISO file into main window, I'm asked whether I want to burn an image or not, and this is OK. But it is not OK that when I choose 'No', CDBurnerXP 'forgets' to add my .ISO to the compilation -- it does nothing.

And other issue (that I encounter frequently with other programs too): if one adds folder with big amount of files/subfolders inside, then removes it, then adds another, and so on, eventually CDBurnerXP experiences fatal error (a C++ related dialog is shown). This is weak evidence, but may be you should re-check your routines for compilation allocating and freeing.

Thanks for this soft, anyway!

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