#12 Add automatic queuing to file recovery

1.4
closed
nobody
None
2013-09-21
2013-05-04
muhminister
No

I accidently deleted say 20 files (each very large). It would be nice if one could search them one by one in the search result list (in my case also very large and therefore slow) and add them one by one to a queue. And after that click restore to restore them one after another. Currently you have to wait until restoration is complete for each file or restore files in parallel which slows down copy speed.

Great tool by the way (I could restore my files and it has a cool name).

Discussion

  • muhminister

    muhminister - 2013-05-04
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     I accidently deleted say 20 files (each very large). It would be nice if one could search them one by one in the search result list (in my case also very large and therefore slow) and add them one by one to a queue. And after that click restore to restore them one after another. Currently you have to wait until restoration is complete for each file or restore files in parallel which slows down copy speed.
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    +Great tool by the way (I could restore my files and it has a cool name).
    
     
  • Lukas Korsika

    Lukas Korsika - 2013-05-06

    Thanks for using KickassUndelete.

    I agree this is an issue, and I'll look into solutions for the next release.

     
  • Lukas Korsika

    Lukas Korsika - 2013-05-06
    • Milestone: 1.2 --> 1.4
     
  • Joey Scarr

    Joey Scarr - 2013-05-08
    • summary: Search and add files to queue --> Add automatic queuing to file recovery
     
  • Joey Scarr

    Joey Scarr - 2013-09-21

    Fixed in r64.

     
  • Joey Scarr

    Joey Scarr - 2013-09-21
    • status: open --> closed
     

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