good idea to flag all relevant entries with the big flat dot. I noticed it picks just the first one - although I didn't even have thumbs for that, but since it was the same size ....
Anyway, it didn't seem important enough to mention it. BTW, my feedback concerns foreground tasks only, for some weird reason I was not able to run second instances. Must have been company-restrictions, low resources or whatever. Caused crashes and sometimes the script just ran ahead in the foreground anyway.
Yep, using the other option did occur to me, of course. Besides, you explicitly caution the user what he is about to lose. And yet a few days later, I picked it again by accident or out of habit, on a deeply nested folder that processed for an hour or so. No big deal, I just wondered if those checkboxes could be used in Del&Rebuild as well.klownboy wrote:Concerning the Delete and Rebuild menu item, the whole idea on the at one was to strip out all the other caches other than the "one" you really want to keep. So right now anyway I'm thinking I'd rather keep it that way and if you need to rebuild multiple size use the other options.
Or just some info what he can do about it. It might even suffice to leave the folder and browse to a non-picture location. This seemed to work in some instance, if I remember correctly.klownboy wrote:I think XY is still doing something there that is holding some strays from being deleted. (i.e., still in memory). I remember discussing this with Don on another thread. I think sometimes it's probably better to do an exit and restart before using that option. I've never had a problem on a restart of XY. Maybe I should build a restart into that menu option though it would have to prompt the user.
I also like that suggestion.klownboy wrote:It will incorporate a change that Sammay requested where the current view will be pre-checked on some options.
Residue cleanup is great, too. It worked wonders on some folders.