Started by champs777, November 05, 2014, 02:41:57 AM
Quote from: Richard Moss on November 05, 2014, 04:36:20 PMHello,Thanks for your comments.Not sure why it's wanting to create empty folders when if it's not going to copy/move any files - that's almost certainly a bug. Which I've now logged In regards to "flattening" folder hierarchies when copying, hadn't really considered that. But it seems reasonable enough so I'll log that as enhancement.Hopefully both of these will be in the next updateThanks again for the feedback!Regards;Richard Moss
Quote from: champs777 on November 05, 2014, 04:46:37 PMI have another question but I will open a new thread. =)
Quote from: Richard Moss on November 11, 2014, 06:08:59 PMTurns out at some point a "Copy Empty Folders" has already been added. Can you give this a whirl and see if it solves the first of your problems. (It's in the Copy Mode tab, Advanced Options hyperlink).
Quote from: Richard Moss on November 11, 2014, 06:08:59 PMIn regards to flattening destination folder hierarchies, I've implemented this, but I'm not too happy with it as it's quite easy for files to be lost. For example, if you have/photos/2014/testb-- 1.jpg-- 2.jpg/photos/2014/testc-- 1.jpg-- 3.jpgthen there's a problem - two folders contain 1.jpg. Both of these will be picked up as copy/move actions, but it's a case of the last one wins, whichever was copied first is going to be lost. And I don't like that behaviour.