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Frustrating when making multiple discs

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When creating more than one copy of the same session, the software is unaware that it's already supposed to be in mass production mode. Meaning that when another CD is inserted, if the software is linked to load upon blank disc insertion, another instance of CDBXP comes up... and has to be closed.

Option 1 fix: If CDBXP is open and running and is wating for a new disc to create another burn, disable the autorun feature if CDBXP has been chosen to load when a blank CD is inserted.

Option 2 Fix: Same rules allply for option one, but before the burn is started, I have an opportunity to configure the amount of copies I'd like to make.

Does this exist now? I didn't see it in the Options.

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Option 1 fix: If CDBXP is open and running and is wating for a new disc to create another burn, disable the autorun feature if CDBXP has been chosen to load when a blank CD is inserted.

I don't have any influence on that feature. It's not part of CDBurnerXP.

Option 2 Fix: Same rules allply for option one, but before the burn is started, I have an opportunity to configure the amount of copies I'd like to make

Not a bug, but a feature request,

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