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Move file or folder in a session which was imported

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Dear all,

 

I wonder how is it possible to move folder to another folder in imported session (when continuing a disk)? I can rename files and folders, but I can't move files neither folders. I believe that should be technically possible.

 

After I have saved the altered session as DXP and opened it, all folders are now unlocked and I can move them. I think I shouldn't burn the disk using that opened session, as it will create a mess on the disk. Or can I?

 

Thanks!

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You can only make changes to the disk if you "import" the previous session. Anything else you do will overwrite existing data (sort of). 

 

Moving imported files and folders is not currently supported.

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You can only make changes to the disk if you "import" the previous session. Anything else you do will overwrite existing data (sort of). 

I see. Then I think this is a bug in CDBurnerXP because when I open a saved session and try to burn it, I can end up with broken disk. Or what will happen?

 

Moving imported files and folders is not currently supported.

Thanks. Is this functionality somewhere in your planned roadmap or could it be added? I would love to vote for it.

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