Re: Path On Portable Copy
What I had to do was to group the folder by date, and at the bottom of the list was:toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
And I just deleted that, since the only thing I put in that folder that day was NVDA.
That was scary, not knowing all the things you are deleting, because on a portable drive, the way my computer is set up, there is no recycle bin.
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No it never did this, it was a bit of an argument about whether it should or
not but it seems the result was inconclusive. personally I'd have preferred
that it defaulted to nvda, and gave the option to change it much like zip
does for extracting files, but I never did see this done.
Basically you can normally tell the files by their dates and times, so one
can easily remove them or more usefully copy them to a new folder called
nvda. At least then if it won't work you know you missed some!
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From: "Ervin, Glenn" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, June 05, 2018 5:41 PM
Subject: [nvda] Path On Portable Copy
I just tried to make a portable copy of NVDA, after updating my local copy.
I gave it the right drive path, but I did not specify \NVDA
This made a mess in my drive and I hope I only deleted the NVDA files in
order to re-do it.
I have made portable copies of NVDA many times before.
I thought that it automatically made the NVDA directory.
Did this change?
I would think that by default, it should create a folder called \NVDA.
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