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  • Aaron
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    Hello,

    Sorry for the lack of progress. Our Customer Wishlist is not currently scheduled development, but a place our developers go for ideas for future features and enhancements. We've been pretty busy with several other large projects, but this is still on there.

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  • mmag
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    Any news in this feature? I did not expect it to be a "really" hard to implement feature... THank you.

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  • mmag
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    Re: [Suggestion]: Not enought free space warning

    Thank you very much.
    Regards. Manuel.

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  • Chris
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    Re: [Suggestion]: Not enought free space warning

    Thank you for the suggestion. I'll add this to our wish list to be considered for a future version of Beyond Compare.

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  • Ernie
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    Re: [Suggestion]: Not enought free space warning

    This information is already available, kind of. When looking at a folder view and viewing mismatches, for example, the status line under the left pane shows something like:

    95 file(s), 3.65MB (3.34 GB free on c

    and the status line under the right pane shows something like:

    94 file(s), 3.48MB (2.99 GB free on d

    So, you can see that there are 95 files on C:, occupying 3.65MB that have to be copied to D:, which has 2.99GB free.

    There is also the issue of cluster sizes on the different partititions to consider when attempting to determine if there is enough free space on the target drive/directory.

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  • mmag
    started a poll [Suggestion]: Not enought free space warning

    [Suggestion]: Not enought free space warning

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    YES, and is easy to do!
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    No; it too hard to implement...
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    I would like BC to show (may be in red color?) the sum of the total size of the selected files in one pane WHEN this sum IS LESS than the free space in the other pane.

    The "Confirm copy" dialog box or "move dialog box" also can show a message like "There may be not enough space to perform the operation".

    It is well known that when windows default behaviour is to copy and to show the message AFTER copying some files... but I think that the warning message is worth.

    Thank you very much

    Manuel Alcaraz
    SPAIN
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