Hi. I noticed that the program opens in image burning mode when I put an empty disc in the device. However, I'd prefer if there were an option that will just open ImgBurn at its main menu where I can select what to do. 90% of the time I put an empty disc is to burn movies and tv shows. So, can you add an autoplay item reading just "Start ImgBurn"?
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Posted 08 February 2017 - 11:28 AM
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Posted 08 February 2017 - 02:10 PM
I told it to open for image burning because there's no other option available. If there were an option "Start ImgBurn", I would have selected that option and I wouldn't have to start this topic. Here's a screenshot of the available autoplay option. Unless I'm blind, there is no option to just open ImgBurn at its main menu:
Years ago, when I was still using Ashampoo burning program (long before I found ImgBurn) it added several options in autoplay. Two of them were "Burn an image using Ashampoo" and "Burn files/folders using Ashampoo". So what I'm requesting for is to add option "Burn files/folders using ImgBurn" OR simply run the program to its main menu where I can select what I wanna do next.
Posted 08 February 2017 - 05:19 PM
That's what 'Build + Burn an Image using ImgBurn' does.
I'm not really sure why it was ever written / phrased like that, it should match the wording of the Ez-Mode picker screen more closely really.... which would then make it say pretty much what you mentioned.
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