#34 Virtual Folders

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bidd
5
2006-02-19
2005-05-30
No

I burn lots of mp3 cds. I would like to make virtual
folders to place files in so that I can browse through
my mp3 collection and copy files from certain bands
into thier own folder on the cdrom. I would like to be
able to do this without actually creating a folder on
the filesystem and manually placing the files in it.

In Nero, just rightclick where you drop the files and
select new folder. I'm not sure how trivial this is to
impliment, but it is a very handy feature that will
make gnomebaker just that much better.

Discussion

  • bidd

    bidd - 2006-02-19
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  • bidd

    bidd - 2006-02-19

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    You can now add as many audio files as you like to the audio
    disk and remove them until the remaining tracks fit on the
    disk.

     
  • G-14 Classified

    G-14 Classified - 2006-02-19

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    I was not referring to an audio cd whatsoever...

    Ideal use case follows:
    1.) I right click on the soon to be burnt cd file browser
    pane, select "New Folder", and type in a new name.
    2.) I drag and drop files into this folder that does not
    really exist anywhere on the filesystem but exists as an
    internal reference that gb keeps up with.
    3.) When I burn the CD, the "virtual folder" is created on
    the iso9660 filesystem as an actual folder yet it was never
    created on any local filesystem.

    Does that make more sense as far as this RFE goes? Your
    explanation and my RFE are totally different...

     
  • G-14 Classified

    G-14 Classified - 2006-02-19
    • status: closed --> open
     
  • bidd

    bidd - 2006-02-19
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  • bidd

    bidd - 2006-02-19

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    My explanation was poor, you can now do exactly what you want.

     

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