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FIXED: change to minor request for queue files to be openable from within queue window


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Saving the existing queue on exit from imgburn does not save the entire queue, only the first item.

Doesn't seem to matter which drive that item is burning to.


So, process:



set up multiple items via adding one item then ctrl-alt-a to queue again


exit queue window

exit imgburn


imgburn asks if I want to save queue

save queue


open imgburn


open queue file


only one item displayed.



Edited by metamorphosis
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It's working for me by either "loading" from File/Load queue, dropping from folder to drop zone or dropping directly in GUI. What version are you using?


I 09:00:06 ImgBurn Version Beta started!

I 09:00:06 Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition (6.0, Build 6001 : Service Pack 1)

I 09:00:06 Total Physical Memory: 2,094,864 KB - Available: 930,816 KB

W 09:00:06 AnyDVD can interfere with ImgBurn's ability to verify accurately, please ensure it's disabled!

I 09:00:06 Initialising SPTI...

I 09:00:06 Searching for SCSI / ATAPI devices...

I 09:00:07 Found 4 DVD-ROMs and 4 DVD


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Works fine for me too.


Once it's saved the queue file and shut down, open the queue file in notepad and see what it contains.


btw, nothing you've burnt will be saved in the queue files (even if it's visible in the queue window), only new stuff.



I'm not using the beta, latest stable.


Just tried it again, can't believe it, but was actually going into the queue editor window, using the button to open the queue file, and accidentally opening my .cue file instead of the .idq (or whatever extension) file I had, because it doesn't show up in the open dialog from within the queue editor.

Must've been quite tired last night.


So change that to a request for queue files to be openable from within the queue editor window.

Will edit the topic title.



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