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No

 

No

 

What?

Sorta merged all my threads I see :P

 

Being curious, why not? (to both Nos)

 

The "What?": You problably know that every CD has their own standards type: I dont know them off my head but for example a CD-ROM could be black a CD-R could be yellow and a music CD could be red. Standards support would be to make a CD-R look like a black standard disc (CD-ROM) or a red standard disc (music CD) and etc.

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It's a Windows application and DMG/Rock Ridge etc simply don't apply.

 

You mean redbook then surely, not rainbow book?

 

If you do mean rainbow, it's not one I've even heard of so why would I support it?

 

That said, isn't it the content of the disc that fits with those standards? There's nothing I can change at burn time to make it comply with one or the other, it just comes down to what you're actually burning.

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It's a Windows application and DMG/Rock Ridge etc simply don't apply.

 

You mean redbook then surely, not rainbow book?

 

If you do mean rainbow, it's not one I've even heard of so why would I support it?

 

That said, isn't it the content of the disc that fits with those standards? There's nothing I can change at burn time to make it comply with one or the other, it just comes down to what you're actually burning.

Well even though it is a Windows application, I dont see the problem in adding DMG support. Other software support it. Of course, if it is too much trouble then I agree seeing (as you said) it is a Windows application.

 

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red_Book_(audio_CD_standard) (What you mean)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rainbow_Books (What I mean)

 

 

Thanks for all the replies :)

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Well even though it is a Windows application, I dont see the problem in adding DMG support. Other software support it.

Then either:

 

1. You go write the routines that support it (for free); and/or

2. Use other software

 

Winner - S.F.I.O.T.D. award.

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Well even though it is a Windows application, I dont see the problem in adding DMG support. Other software support it.

Then either:

 

1. You go write the routines that support it (for free); and/or

2. Use other software

 

Winner - S.F.I.O.T.D. award.

Quoting parts you only want huh....

 

Let me complete the quote:

Well even though it is a Windows application, I dont see the problem in adding DMG support. Other software support it. Of course, if it is too much trouble then I agree seeing (as you said) it is a Windows application.

 

Just in case you missed it...

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riahc3; here's how it works around here:

 

Lesson 1 (!)

 

1. You ask for something. :unsure:

2. The :worthy: Boss :worthy: answers yes or no to the inquiry, he doesn't have to justify or explain his answer, it's his program.

3. You move on. ;)

 

You didn't, :o therefore:

 

1. You get addressed by one of the Betas. <_<

2. You answer in a way that you believe supports your issue. :innocent:

3. You get hammered. :doctor:

4. You move on. :blush:

 

End of lesson. :rolleyes:

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