Ability to queue transfer tasks

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demiser
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Ability to queue transfer tasks

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It would be handy for the program was able to queue tasks if multiple transfers have been started.
So if either the destination or source drives are in use by another transfer it will que/pause new transfer till first one finishes
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Re: ability to queue transfer tasks

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Hello,

Look into the main options the options "Group by". (Already asked multiple time on the forum)

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demiser
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just found it and works brilliantly.
a+ program thankz
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Re: Ability to queue transfer tasks

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Timed schedule would be great as well so file copies can run off peak times
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Re: Ability to queue transfer tasks

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Evelynstort wrote:
Tue Oct 15, 2019 5:36 pm
Just realized something- you already can recognize some duplicates, but they dont auto-merge into each other and create their own item in the queue. Why is that?
Look the above post, it do it.
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