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We'll have to agree to disagree on this one then!

 

In my mind, the thing representing the other thing has to be the same. In your example, I don't think they are.

 

A folder representing a folder is ok.

Folder content representing folder content is ok.

Folder content representing a folder is not ok.

 

So basically that leaves us with these following options (to name but a few):

 

1. Leave it as it is.

2. Change it to - 'Does the 'X' folder represent the image's root directory?

3. Change it to - 'Does the 'X' folder represent what should be the root directory for the image?

4. Change it to - 'Does the 'X' folder represent what should be the image's root directory?

7. Change it to - 'Does the 'X' folder content represent the root directory content for the image?'

8. Change it to - 'Does the 'X' folder content represent the image's root directory content?

9. Change it to - 'Does the 'X' folder content represent the content of the image's root directory?

10. Change it to - 'Does the 'X' folder content represent the content of the root directory for the image?

11. Change it to - 'Does the 'X' folder content represent what should be the root directory content?

12. Change it to - 'Does the 'X' folder content represent what should be the root directory content for the image?

13. Change it to - 'Does the 'X' folder content represent what should be the image's root directory content?

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i vote for this one!!!

 

 

Should the "X" folder's content be the Image root directory content?

 

 

so if ImgBurn asks you something like:

 

Should the "VIDEO_TS" folder's content be the Image root directory content?

 

thats e-z to answer!

 

No?

 

:)

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I thought about that message box too, it confuses me three times out of five :-)

To me, it is kind of "negated", in a sense that I view that message from folder visibility point of view, which, I agree, is not quite the same as root content. The way it is right now, I have to click 'No' to have the folder in the root of the disc, and 'Yes' in order not to have it, and that's the confusing part.

 

I think that a simple "Should this folder be visible in the root of the image content?" would logically make more sense ('Yes' would mean visible folder), but at a cost of not being entirely true from "root content" point of view. I not an expert in English language, so my suggestion is probably not be the best one, but it would be nice if that phrase could be somehow re-phrased so that it would make doing negation in your mind unnecessary.

 

Thank you.

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We'll have to agree to disagree on this one then!

 

In my mind, the thing representing the other thing has to be the same. In your example, I don't think they are.

 

A folder representing a folder is ok.

Folder content representing folder content is ok.

Folder content representing a folder is not ok.

 

So basically that leaves us with these following options (to name but a few):

 

1. Leave it as it is.

2. Change it to - 'Does the 'X' folder represent the image's root directory?

3. Change it to - 'Does the 'X' folder represent what should be the root directory for the image?

4. Change it to - 'Does the 'X' folder represent what should be the image's root directory?

7. Change it to - 'Does the 'X' folder content represent the root directory content for the image?'

8. Change it to - 'Does the 'X' folder content represent the image's root directory content?

9. Change it to - 'Does the 'X' folder content represent the content of the image's root directory?

10. Change it to - 'Does the 'X' folder content represent the content of the root directory for the image?

11. Change it to - 'Does the 'X' folder content represent what should be the root directory content?

12. Change it to - 'Does the 'X' folder content represent what should be the root directory content for the image?

13. Change it to - 'Does the 'X' folder content represent what should be the image's root directory content?

 

 

I personally like options 5 and 6 - I love a little mystery in my dialog boxes! :wink:

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